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Profile in Leadership – Sandy Dinger, Conflict Resolution Teacher, P.S. 22

Date: May 28, 2013   Name: Sandy Dinger Community: Staten Island, NY Occupation: Conflict Resolution Teacher, P.S.22 ADL Role: No Place For Hate Coordinator What is your earliest memory of ADL? I don’t have one distinct memory of the ADL from childhood, but I know I became aware of the mission of the ADL in my early teens. From watching the nightly news

Reshaping American Politics & Support for Israel

Date: May 28, 2013   Shifting demographics are reshaping American politics and potentially affecting U.S. public opinion toward Israel in the aftermath of the presidential election in November 2012.  Cameron S. Brown, Neubauer Research Fellow at Tel Aviv University’s Institute for National Security Studies and columnist for the Jerusalem Post, presented such possible challenges for the longstanding, solid, bipartisan support for Israel

5.24 Week in Review

This week we hosted Cameron Brown of Tel Aviv University’s Institute for National Security Studies, for a presentation on shifting demographics and American public support for Israel. Our Latino-Jewish Roundtable also focused on Israel with a conversation on perceptions and reality, and what this has to do with the US Latino communities. We condemned an apparent anti-gay shooting in the

Latino and Jewish students cross boundaries, learn cultures

Over the course of three Sundays, Latino and Jewish high school students had the opportunity to learn about each other’s cultures and their shared American heritage as Latino-Jewish Youth Ambassadors.  Students visited sites of cultural significance including Taller Borricua, a Latino art space in the historic Barrio section of New York and the Yeshiva University Museum at the Center for