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JEWS AND THE 2020 ELECTIONS
|Special Interest in West LA|
Time(s): 7:30 - 9:30 p.m.
Address: 11661 West Olympic Boulevard, Los Angeles, 90064
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With the 2020 presidential election fast approaching, the Los Angeles Community has the chance to hear from three political experts on what the candidates and outcomes could mean for American Jews and America.
At 7:30 pm Jan. 16 at the Wilshire Boulevard Temple Irmas Campus, we are hosting a panel discussion on Jews and the 2020 Elections, featuring Danielle Berrin, Ian Lovett, and Steven Windmueller, whose knowledge and perspectives will provide a greater understanding of the issues and candidates important to our community and the country.
Danielle Berrin is an award-winning journalist who spent more than a decade covering the American Jewish community and its role in world affairs. Much of her work focused on the two most significant Jewish creations of the 20th century: Israel and Hollywood. She worked as a senior reporter and columnist for the Los Angeles Jewish Journal and contributed work to The New York Times, The Atlantic, The Guardian, The Forward and Israel's popular daily, Yedioth Ahronoth.
Steven Windmueller is the Rabbi Alfred Gottschalk Emeritus Professor of Jewish Communal Service at the Jack H. Skirball Campus of HUC-JIR here in Los Angeles. Prior to HUC, he enjoyed an extensive career as a Jewish teacher and author of four books and numerous articles bearing on issuers important to Jews. He currently editing a volume for the Casden Institute at USC on “The Impact of Donald Trump’s Presidency on American Jews.”
Ian Lovett is the national religion reporter for the Wall Street Journal, based here in Los Angeles. Prior to joining the Journal, he spent five years at The New York Times, where he covered the West Coast and major breaking news across the country, including the Boston Marathon bombing and the San Bernardino terrorist attack.
Following the panel discussion, our panelists will answer questions from the audience. Michael Janofsky, former national correspondent for The New York Times, will serve as moderator.
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