Everett Institute | Intermarriage, the Occupation & The Next Generation: How Courage and Imagination Can Help American Jewish Leaders

The high rates of intermarriage (72% among non-Orthodox Jews) and the ongoing Israeli Occupation presents existential questions for American Jews.

We also know that Jewish millennials (and younger cohorts) are less closely identified with religion, ethnicity and Israel. Prof. Steven M. Cohen discusses how Jewish communal leaders can effectively address these significant issues — provided they depart from prevailing assumptions about community, culture and politics.











When: Sun., March 26, 2017 at 10:00 am
Where: 92nd Street Y
1395 Lexington Ave.
212-415-5500
Price: $36
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The high rates of intermarriage (72% among non-Orthodox Jews) and the ongoing Israeli Occupation presents existential questions for American Jews.

We also know that Jewish millennials (and younger cohorts) are less closely identified with religion, ethnicity and Israel. Prof. Steven M. Cohen discusses how Jewish communal leaders can effectively address these significant issues — provided they depart from prevailing assumptions about community, culture and politics.