‘People need to understand what the nature of anti-Semitism today is’

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The Hadassah Florida Atlantic Region in Boynton Beach will present an upcoming virtual program that will provide participants suggestions on how to combat anti-Semitism wherever it occurs.

“Antisemitism Today,” which takes place at 7 p.m. on April 13, will be presented by Josephine Gon, vice president of the Jewish Community Relations Council of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County.

Gon said, “People need to understand what the nature of anti-Semitism today is, and what we’re facing at this point in history and at this point in time, because unfortunately, anti-Semitism in our current time has taken on many forms.”

“It’s more complicated, it’s more nuanced and it’s coming from multiple sides, so the idea and the intent of this program is to first and foremost educate people so they understand what’s going on and they can then speak out against anti-Semitism,” she continued.

There is no cost to view the program. Visit hadassah-org.zoom.us/j/89759467194?pwd=RGxYdXpJWUZ4N0JjT0hMNFRDK2Fxdz09 to register. Upon registration, people will receive an email confirmation with the link to the program.

The Hadassah Florida Atlantic Region serves more than 50 chapters in Palm Beach, Martin and St Lucie counties. Call 877-949-1818 or email florida@hadassah.org for more information.

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