Learn about the Israel the People, Israel the Land, and Israel, the Nation from the experts
‘Neighbors’: Twenty Years Later
February 19 9 am
Jan Gross, Princeton University
Understanding Israeli Judicial Reforms: A Debate
Feb. 19 10 am
Shmuel Rosner will moderate a discussion between Member of Knesset Simcha Rothman and Professor Yaniv Roznai on the Israeli government’s proposed judicial reforms. Amidst the heated rhetoric both within Israel and abroad, we invite you to join Tikvah for a serious, scholarly, and civil debate about one of the most important controversies facing the Jewish state.
Judaism Without Borders, Diaspora Without Tears
Feb. 20 9 am
A Conversation with Allegra Goodman and Bret Stephens
Shared Legacies: African American – Jewish Civil Rights Alliance
February 21 4:30 pm
Bishop Robert G. Brown, Rabbi Richard Perlman and Tanisha M. Sullivan, Esquire, President of the Boston Branch of the NAACP, will discuss the crucial historical lessons of Black-Jewish cooperation that are revisited and revived in this utterly fascinating film. Jeremy Burton, Executive Director of JCRC Greater Boston, will moderate the discussion.
The Israeli Battle over its Judicial Overhaul
Feb. 22 9 am
Haviv Gur is a veteran Israeli journalist who serves as senior analyst for The Times of Israel. He has covered Israel’s politics, foreign policy, education system and relationship with the Jewish diaspora since 2005, reported from over 20 countries and served as director of communications for the Jewish Agency for Israel, Israel’s largest NGO.
What Do Palestinians Think with Dr. Khalil Shikaki
Feb. 22 10 am
This week in conversation with CCFP Director Ari Ingel is Dr. Khalil Shikaki, Professor of Political Science and Director of the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research.
February 22 at 6:00-7:00 PM PT
Current Developments of Antisemitism in Germany’s Far-Right
February 26 at 9 am
Gideon Botsch (University of Potsdam)
1939 World’s Fair, A Jewish Perspective
February 27 4:30
Join us for a colorful and engaging presentation by Gregg Philipson about the 1939 New York World’s Fair. Gregg will lead us on an exploration of the fair from a social, political and Jewish perspective as the world was on the brink of WWII. Learn fascinating facts of what was designed to be the greatest industrial and cultural exposition of the century.
Understanding the Cultural Boycott of Israel
March 1 11 am
Understanding the Cultural Boycott of Israel with Creative Community For Peace Director Ari Ingel.
Ethnic Studies and Inclusive Public Education (JCRC)
March 2 noon to 1
This webinar will include a substantive update on K-12 education in the Bay Area, including a progress report on our ethnic studies work in hot-spot districts like Oakland, Mountain View, Castro Valley, and San Mateo.
Register at https://www.tfaforms.com/5046372
The American Political Left’s Response to Antisemitism
March 5, 2023, at 9 am
Linda Maizels (U.S. Department of State)
Taking Action on Climate Justice
March 8 at 6:00-7:00 PM PT
Jews Don’t Count with David Baddiel
March 9 11 am
This week in conversation with CCFP Director Ari Ingel is noted comedian, presenter, screenwriter, and author David Baddiel to discuss his recent book ‘Jews Don’t Count.’ ‘
Israel Up-Close and Personal: Women in Israel
Mon, March 13, 2023 9 am
What’s in Store for Israel’s Next 75 Years?
March 14 4:30
Religious Zionism: Past and Present with Professor Yehuda Mirsky
March 16 11 am
This week in conversation with CCFP Director Ari Ingel is Prof. Yehuda Mirsky, who Teaches Judaic and Israel Studies at Brandeis University.
White Supremacy in America with Dr. Simon Purdue
March 22 11 am
Dr. Simon Purdue of the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) Discussing White Supremacy in America and Why the Jewish Community Needs to be Very Concerned.
Antisemitism and the Politics of Ethnic Studies of California’s K-12 and Higher Education Classrooms
March 26 at 9
Tammi Rossman-Benjamin (AMCHA Initiative)
Understanding the Settlements with David Halprin
March 29 11 am
David Halprin, CEO of the Israel Policy Formum takes us on a guided virtual tour to understand exactly what and where the settlements are.
Israel Up-Close and Personal: Shoa l’tkoma — the foundation of the state of Israel
Mon, April 3, 2023 9 am
The Arc of a Covenant: The United States, Israel, and the Fate of the Jewish People
Tuesday, April 4, 2023, at 9 am
Walter Russell Mead (Bard College)
A Conversation on Jewish-Christian Relations with Prof. Daniel Joslyn-Siemiatkoski
April 4 11 am
CFP Director Ari Ingel is Prof. Daniel Joslyn-Siemiatkoski, Kraft Family Chair, Director, Center for Christian-Jewish Learning. The two will be discussing Christian-Jewish relations past and present and how Israel has been politicized in Christian discourse.
Russia: The Roots of Modern Antisemitism with Izabella Tabarovsky
April 11 11 am
This week in conversation with CCFP Director Ari Ingel is Izabella Tabarovsky, who is a scholar on Russia and antisemitism, and a contributing writer to Tablet Magazine. The two will be discussing how Russia has been a driving force behind antisemitism for the past few centuries, until today.
Antisemitism in the Academy and the Fate of Jewish Studies: An Insider’s View
Sunday, April 16, 2023, at 9 am
Jarrod Tanny (University of North Carolina Wilmington)
Black Hebrew Israelites and Origins of Antisemitism
April 19 10 am
CCFP Director Ari Ingel and Bennett Clifford, Deputy Director, Program on Extremism at George Washington University. They will be discussing the roots of antisemitism in the Black community and the extremism of the Black Hebrew Israelites.
Anti-Semitism and Philo-Semitism — Their Role in the Birth of Israel
Sunday, April 23, 2023, at 9 am
Meron Medzini (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
Morningstar: BDS Invades The World of Finance
April 26 at 11 am
CCFP Director Ari Ingel with Scott A Shay and Richard Goldberg. Richard Goldberg is a Senior Advisor at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies and Scott A Shay is the co-founder of Signature Bank of New York. They will be discussing the recent attacks by the BDS movement in the finance sector, particularly in regards to Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) ratings.
What is Israel’s Role in the Fight Against Antisemitism?
Sunday, April 30, 2023, at 9 am
Ruth Cohen-Dar (International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance)
Israel Up-Close and Personal: Social welfare, economy and more — Celebrating “Yom Ha’poalim”
Mon, May 1 2023 9 am
HRW, Amnesty Intl and their Anti-Israel Crusade
May 3 at 11 am
CCFP Director Ari Ingel with Prof. Gerald M. Steinberg, President and Founder of NGO Monitor and Professor of Politics at Bar Ilan University. They will be discussing the anti-Israel crusade of Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International.
Christian Supremacy: Reckoning with the Roots of Antisemitism and Racism
May 7 at 9 am
Magda Teter (Fordham University)