In partnership with the American Zionist Movement, IAN University is happy to announce its three-part series on Zionism and Jewish identity. What does Zionism mean to young American Jews today, and how do different streams of Judaism approach Zionism and Israel within their denominations?
What does Zionism mean to young American Jews today, and how are the next generation of Jewish communal leaders taking up space in the Zionist movement? To kick off the start of our IAN University Zionism Series, in partnership with AZM, we will be joined by several young Jewish professionals who are contributing to the Israel conversation. Join us for a discussion exploring the many ways that today’s emerging leaders are answering the question, “What makes me a Zionist?”
Jared Jackson, Founder & Executive Director of Jews in ALL Hues
Andrew Keene, Member of World Zionist Executive
Chloe Levian, Pre-law Student at UCLA
Moderated by Eden Cohen, Founder & President of A Wider Frame
Jewish practice takes on many shapes and forms in North America. Given the wide breadth of denominational perspectives representing the complexity of our Jewish communities, what are the nuances in how religious movement leaders embrace Zionism and other Israel-related causes, and what can we learn from them? Join us for part two of our IAN University series in partnership with AZM, where we'll explore these questions and more, with denominational representatives spanning the Jewish spectrum.