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A History of Antisemitism - Through a Contemporary Lens

6 Mondays / Starting February 26 / 8:00 pm

The Jewish people have survived many lies told about them: from Blood Libel to the Protocols of the Elders of Zion. The most recent lie, ‘The Great Occupation’ narrative, similarly demonizes and delegitimizes the Jewish people and the State of Israel. Join Dr. Naya Lekht, a scholar on antisemitism and Ramaz Upper School faculty, for an in-depth exploration of the protean nature of antisemitism. RSVP here.


$60 per person. Zoom link will be shared upon registration.*No one will be turned away due to lack of funds.



thursday / March 7 / 7:00 pm

Join the KJ Sisterhood for a Coed Challah Bake with the Challah Girls. Dr. Eric Mandel, founder and Director of MEPIN™, the Middle East Political Information Networ will be speaking on “Israel Update & Antisemitism on Campus and Across America.”


Chairs: Sharon Dane | Gail Propp


In loving memory of Marsha Dane Stern / Location - 125 East 85th Street, Heyman Auditorium. RSVP here.

KJ Sephardic Dinner

Friday / March 8

Sephardic Mincha 5:35 PM | Rohr Chapel

Shabbat Dinner 6:30 PM | Heyman Auditorium


Children’s programming will be provided, we will thoughtfully assign tables. RSVP here. Program Chairs - Lenore Brachot, Lisa Cohen, Shiela Ebrahimzadeh, Ali Esses, Erika Kashi, Jennifer Kashanian 

KJ Scholar in Residence

Shabbat / March 9 / Following 9 AM Services

Featuring Lawrence Jones - Co-host of “Fox & Friends” - America’s highest-rated morning cable newscast on the Fox News Channel 


He will speak on his recent coverage in the wake of brutal attacks on October 7th, interviewing Israeli victims of Hamas violence and family members of hostages and visiting college campuses for a firsthand look at the surging antisemitism.  


Lawrence Jones, native of Texas, and before being named as a “Fox & Friends” co-host, Lawrence hosted “Lawrence Jones Cross Country” from 2022–2023, after serving as a network contributor for nearly a decade.  His in-depth reporting on major issues of the day takes him around the country, talking to everyone from regular everyday Americans, to one-on-one interviews with leading politicians, newsmakers, and former President Trump. Jones, 31, is the son of a pastor and a truck driver and the youngest African American to co-host on a cable news network. 

Cantorial Shabbat

Shabbat Pekudei / March 15-16

Featuring Cantor Berson & The Hampton Synagogue Choir


6:45 pm Kabbalat Shabbat followed by delicious Foremost dinner

9:00 am Shabbat morning services in the Main Sanctuary


Celebrating Music & Tefillah at KJ

Join us for a memorable Shabbat with Cantor Berson and special guest, The Hampton Synagogue Choir, featuring musical styles from classic composition of the Golden Age of cantorial music to contemporary settings. Sponsored in loving memory of Morris J. & Elsie Goldberg. RSVP by 3.13. RSVP here.

Wed, February 28 2024 19 Adar I 5784