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A speaker series presented by the Israel Committee.Each presentation occurs immediately following Shabbat services. Lunch is provided, RSVP required.

October 13 
Israel, the Palestinians, and Jordan: The Three-State Solution
Presented by Dr. Sandy Lakoff, founding chair of the Department of Political Science and a distinguished scholar in political philosophy and science and public policy at University of California, San Diego. He is the author of Equality in Political Philosophy, Democracy: History, Theory and Practice and Max Lerner: Pilgrim in the Promised Land (1998, University of Chicago Press) and Strategic Defense in the Nuclear Age and Ten Political Ideas that have Shaped the Modern World (September 2011); co-author of Science and the Nation: Policy and Politics, Energy and American Values, and A Shield in Space?: Technology, Politics, and the Strategic Defense Initiative. He has also edited a half dozen volumes, including Knowledge and Power: Essays on Science and Government. He has contributed over fifty essays to edited volumes, journals, and encyclopedias.
January 12 
Israel on Campus: Challenges, Successes, and Opportunities
Presented by Sarah Tagger, Campus Strategy Coordinator at StandWithUs where she researches, builds and implements pro-active and responsive strategies and campaigns regarding Israel on campus. At StandWithUs, Sarah uses her past experiences as a student activist and current professional experience to educate on coalition and relationship building, campaign strategy, the challenges of the anti-Israel movement, and telling Israel`s story. Sarah graduated from the Honors program at the University of California, Santa Barbara in 2016, with a bachelor’s degrees in both Cultural Anthropology and Global Studies. She regularly speaks at campus and community events around North America.

Part III will be on March 9, 2019
Wed, June 19 2019 16 Sivan 5779