Dismantling Anti-Semitism: 

Jews Talk Justice

“Anti-Semitism has three sources. The ethnic supremacist far-right, the anti-Zionist far-left, and radical Islam. Three groups that should hate each other, mysteriously, are united by their hatred of the Jewish people.”

Elan Carr, US Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism


Dismantling Anti-Semitism: 

Jews Talk Justice

Live Artistic Performance

Rep. Alma Hernandez

Arizona State House Representative

Mahrinah Shije

Executive Director of Pueblo Development Commission

Dismantling Antisemitism: Jews Talk Justice provided an accurate forum on anti-Semitism in the political and progressive spheres by amplifying the voices of actual Jewish leaders.

In an era of surging bigotry, Jews are facing increased violence and a movement in which those who have used their platform to stoke widespread anti-Semitism try to evade accountability by redefining the term. 
This event addressed the right of Jews to define oppression against them by a diverse panel of intersectional leaders who do not distinguish between combating all forms of anti-Semitism and fighting for racial equality, gender justice, and Indigenous rights

This enlightening panel illustrated the harm that is caused by anti-Semites who highlight only fringe Jewish voices while ignoring mainstream Jewish experiences of discrimination. These voices try to redefine anti-Semitism rather than do the necessary work to fight it.


Ashager Araro

Founder of Battae- Ethiopian Israeli Heritage Center

Hen Mazzig

Senior Fellow at The Tel Aviv Institute 

Rabbi Sandra Lawson

Associate Chaplain for Jewish Life / Hillel Jewish Educator at Elon University

Guest Speakers

Ellie Cohanim

 US Assistant Special Envoy to Monitor & Combat Anti-Semitism

Craig Dershowitz 

CEO of Artists 4 Israel and President of the Healing Arts Kits and Healing Ink.

Natan Sharansky

Human Rights Activist

Jewish Panel discussion: 

Dismantling Anti-Semitism


Japanese-American muralist

JUURI, an internationally renowned Japanese-American artist painted live a piece of art featuring Chiune Sugihara, a Japanese diplomat who saved 6,000 Jews fleeing Europe during WWII.

Anila Ali 

President & Founder of AMWEC