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This Moment on Campus: Challenges and Opportunities

Tuesday, March 26, 2024 6–7:30 pm

olor photo of a woman in the foreground holds an orange, Hillel branded sign from the "March for Israel" Rally on the National Mall that reads "I Support Jewish College Students." The dome of the Capitol building is visible in the background. November 14, 2023. Courtesy of Curator Sarah Leavitt.


  • Capital Jewish Museum
    575 3rd Street, NW, Washington, DC


  • Free for Members
  • Free for Students
  • $10 Suggested Donation for General Public

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In the aftermath of October 7th, antisemitism on college campuses is in the news and on many peoples’ minds. What does antisemitism look like on local campuses? What is the lived experience? How can we as a community support our students?

Join representatives from American University, Georgetown University, and George Washington University for a conversation about how these issues show up at their schools.

Panelists include Jason Benkendorf, Executive Director at American University Hillel, Colette Coleman, Dean of Students at George Washington University, Gershon Stein, Georgetown University Student and Colin Powell Leadership Program Intern at the U.S. Department of State Office of Israeli and Palestinian Affairs. Moderated by Adam Lehman, President and CEO at Hillel International.

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A young volunteer with the DC Jewish Community Center works to assemble sandwiches at Martha's Table, 1993. Photograph by Lloyd Wolf. Lillian and Albert Small Capital Jewish Museum Collection. Gift of the photographer.

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