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From Soviet Prisoner to Israeli Politician: Natan Sharansky’s Story

Hosted By: Maven

Join Natan Sharansky and Gil Troy as they discuss their book Never Alone: Prison, Politics, and My People with AJU’s President Dr. Jeffrey Herbst and hear the firsthand account of Sharansky’s incredible journey from Soviet dissident to Israeli politician and human rights activist. Sharansky, who served as Israel’s Minister and Deputy Prime Minister, reflects on how his time in prison shaped his perspective, his unwavering commitment to truth and justice, and his passion for uniting the Jewish people in the fight for Jewish rights and freedom. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from a living legend and engage in a conversation about history, politics, and the human spirit. Preorder the book Here. https://www.hachettebookgroup.com/titles/natan-sharansky/never-alone/9781541742437/?lens=publicaffairs

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In March of 2020, as the pandemic took hold of our local communities and safer-at-home orders were issued, American Jewish University shifted the delivery of our adult education and community programming to digital formats. Dedicated to providing Jewish learning to our communities, AJU understood the importance of showcasing original content that was not only easily accessible, but also fostered a sense of connection amidst the isolation that many faced.

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