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American Jewry Today: Ideas and Events Shaping American Jewish Life

Hosted By: Haberman Institute

Join the Haberman Institute for Jewish Studies as we continue to reflect on the American Jewish experience with a deep dive into today’s realities.

Our discussion will be both personal and universal and will include conversations around such topics as what it means to say, “I am proud to be Jewish,” and what it means to say, “I am a Jewish American.”

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David Epstein

David Epstein’s professional career includes as an Assistant United States Attorney, law practice, arbitrator, and adjunct law professor at Georgetown Law School. Epstein served on the Board of Directors of the Foundation for Jewish Studies (currently the Haberman Institute for Jewish Studies) in its early years and later as an officer. He originated the Institute’s Jewish Learning On Wheels program. He co-authored “Torah With Love: A Guide to Strengthening Jewish Values Within the Family,” with a foreword by Elie Wiesel. Reviewers included Jerusalem Post, “This is one of those books which can change lives.” David remains proud of having placed third in the nation in an American history contest for high schoolers and believes that the best resume is the quality of his next presentation!
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Haberman Institute

The Haberman Institute provides adult learning opportunties in Jewish thought, history, and culture.
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