The banning of immigrants from entire countries.
New limitations on asylum.
The separation of desperate refugee children from their parents.
Few communities have a deeper understanding of the human consequences of such draconian changes in U.S. immigration policy – or a greater moral obligation to respond – than does ours. What does Jewish law require us to do? What does Jewish history demand we do?
Please join us for an important discussion about bringing immigration reform to the center of the Jewish conversational table.
Daniel Altschuler, Director of Civic Engagement and Research, Make the Road New York
Stosh Cotler, CEO, Bend the Arc
Rabbi Jill Jacobs, Executive Director, T’ruah: The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights
Moderated by Rabbi Joshua M. Davidson.