The Yale Program for the Study of Antisemitism (YPSA) and the Whitney Humanities Center invites you to their fall lecture series. As part of the national reckoning with the legacy of systemic racism in the United States, this fall lecture series will be devoted to the relationship of antisemitism to anti-blackness and other forms of prejudice. We have a superb lineup of speakers who will guide us in a conversation about the challenges that Jews, Blacks, Asians, Muslims, and other minorities face in common and about the differences that continue to divide us.
All events will be Zoom video webinars. All are free and open to the general public, but will require advance registration.
The Benjamin (Yale 1962) and Barbara Zucker Lecture Series
Terrence L. Johnson, Associate Professor of Religion and Politics, Georgetown
“Grounds for Hope: Blacks, Jews, and the Future of Democracy"
Click here to register for “Grounds for Hope: Blacks, Jews, and the Future of Democracy"
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