“The 2016 Election and American Jewry”
Yom Kippur, October 12, 3:30-5:00 PM
This year’s Presidential election has been one of the most volatile and contentious races to the White House in recent memory. A variety of issues–from security to health care and the economy; to foreign policy, Israel, and threat of global terror; and finally, to the remarkable moment of two New Yorkers, non-Jewish grandparents of Jewish grandchildren competing with one another–this is a year to remember.
Join Rabbi Andy Bachman for a Yom Kippur Afternoon discussion on the 2016 Election and issues of concern to the Jewish community of New York on October 12, from 3:30-5:00 PM at the Chapel. This event is open to the public
Andy Bachman is Founder and President of Water Over Rocks, a new non-profit dedicated to historical memory and civic responsibility. Andy is also director of Jewish content and community ritual at 92Y. He served as Senior Rabbi of CBE in Brooklyn; founded Brooklyn Jews; and was Executive Director of the Edgar M. Bronfman Center for Jewish Student Life at NYU. This Fall semester he is Adjunct Faculty in Jewish Studies at City College of New York.