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Understanding Anti-Semitism in North America [Olympia]
March 2, 2018 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Join the Jewish Student Union and the Black Cottonwood Collective for a workshop on Anti-Semitism facilitated by Sam Bick and David Zinman of TREYF.
Sam and David will lead us in a discussion on today’s dominant framework for understanding Anti-Semitism in North America. Together we will discuss the failures of this framework and how to work toward better understandings of the ways anti-Jewish marginalization intersects and interacts with other systems of oppression.
The workshop will address 3 main questions:
— What is the dominant framework for understanding Anti-Semitism?
— How does this framework fail us and our allies?
— How can we bring a more intersectional understanding of Anti-Semitism into our political work?
Who is Treyf?
TREYF is a “debatably Jewish” podcast hosted by Sam Bick and David Zinman. Recorded at CKUT in occupied Tio’tia:ke (Montreal), they reflect on the political discussions that are happening and not happening in North American Jewish communities. Find out more at https://www.patreon.com/