Sharansky Speaks: Human and Jewish Rights & the War with Russia

Join us for a discussion with Natan Sharansky, a name associated with the Cold War, the struggle of Soviet Jewry for the right to immigrate to Israel, Human Rights evolving over the last few decades, the World Zionist movement, an avid advocate of democracy and a non-U.S. citizen who is the recipient of both the Congressional Medal of Honor and the U.S. Presidential Medal of Freedom.

Mr. Sharansky is the Chairman of the Combat Antisemitism Movement Advisory Board, a Human Rights Activist and the Former Chair of the Jewish Agency for Israel and plays a key role in the fight against antisemitism.

We are honored to host Mr. Sharansky in our webinar series, together with our Delegation of State Legislators, visiting Israel as part of the NCSL (National Conference of State Legislatures). The NCSL delegation, led by MA Senate President, Ms. Karen Spilka, includes leading state legislators from both parties.

They will join us as part of a briefing with the Combat Antisemitism Movement, to listen to Mr. Sharansky, who will share perspective on:
• The significance of the recent White House Initiative on antisemitism;
• Insight into the ongoing Russian – Ukraine War; and
• Outcomes from June 2023 UN Conference on antisemitism in Cordoba, Spain.

Streamed live, the program will feature:
Natan Sharansky
Chairman of CAM Advisory Board

Opening Greetings:
Karen Spilka
MA State Senate

Yigal Nisell
COO, Combat Antisemitism Movement

Wayne L. Firestone
Webinar Host
America-Israel Friendship League

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