Course Offering: The American Jewish Community in the Age of the Coronavirus: Four Questions to Consider
Tuesdays, October 6 - 27, 4-5:30pm Pacific
Siegel Lifelong Learning at Case Western Reserve University
Join Steven Windmueller for a look at American Jewish behavior in reaction to our country in crisis. Windmueller will discuss Jewish response to the COVID-19 pandemic; Israel's role in the pandemic; Israel's relationship with and the reshaping of the diaspora; Anti-Semitism during the age of Coronavirus; and a history of Jewish political behavior during a crisis and how that history may affect the 2020 election.
A nonpartisan election analysis by guest speaker Dr. Steven Windmueller, focusing on the Jewish community.
The 2020 Elections: Jewish Trends: A Conversation Between Steven Windmueller and Dan Schnur
Sunday October 18, 4-5:30pm Pacific
Presented by USC Casden Institute & Wilshire Boulevard Temple
Dan Schnur is a professor at the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School of Communications and the University of California – Berkeley’s Institute of Governmental Studies. He is the founder of the USC/LA Times statewide political poll.
Details and registration to receive Zoom link here.
The 2020 Elections and the Jewish Vote
Monday October 19, 7-9pm CDT (5-7pm PDT)
Presented by the New Orleans JCC
Join us for a nonpartisan analysis of this November's election is designed to inform audiences about the diverse and significant roles Jews have played in American politics.
Among the topics that Dr. Windmueller will address in his talk to ChaiVillageLA are trends and patterns in the Jewish Vote, the Jewish role in political activism and organizing, how libertarian principles align with Judaism, and Jewish Candidates in 2020.