JCC BOOK CLUB: “THE THIRD DAUGHTER”
This program is presented in honor of Susan Kanterman.
Inspired by Shalom Aleichem’s short story, “The Man From Buenos Aires,” “The Third Daughter” is a frightening journey into the New World of the late 1900s. When succeeding in the nascent art of tango, Batya finds courage in the face of danger and hope in hours of despair and bravely struggles to free herself from bondage while bringing down the powerful pimps’ union. Author Talia Carner’s previous heart-wrenching suspense novels were hailed for exposing society’s ills. Her award-winning personal essays appeared in several publications.
Date: Monday, August 17 | Time: 6:00 p.m.
This event is free and open to everyone. Purchase your own book or contact Gon Erez at email@example.com or 330.746.3250 ext. 159 for a copy.
Join the zoom event here: https://jewishyoungstown.zoom.us/j/92220091644
PERCEPTIONS OF U.S. AND ARAB WOMEN IN ISRAEL
Dr. Sherri P. Pataki, Faculty Chair of the Psychology Department at Westminster College, will discuss stereotype research she conducted in collaboration with Professor Randa Abbas of Israel. In her talk she will discuss perceptions U.S and Arab women in Israel have of each other.
Lunch will be served. Space is limited, and registration is required.
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Date: Tuesday, August 4 | Time: 12:00 p.m. | Location: Multi-Purpose Room or join virtually
Join the zoom event here: https://jewishyoungstown.zoom.us/j/99277446999
ACCESSING VIRTUAL LECTURES THROUGH ZOOM
Computer: Visit the website zoom.us and click “join meeting.” Type in the access code provided. When you join, Zoom asks if you want to join with video. If you have webcam capabilities, choose that option. Next, Zoom asks if you want to join with your computer audio. Again, you want to make sure that your computer has that capability.
Smartphone: If you have a smartphone, you can download the Zoom app. Tap join and enter the access code provided
Phone: If neither of the other Zoom options are possible for you, you can use your telephone to call in. You won’t be able to see the call participants, but you can hear them and be a part of the conversation. Dial 929.436.2866 and enter the access code provided.
For additional help call 330.406.9533 or email Gon Erez at firstname.lastname@example.org.