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Louisville Jewish group hosts “A Jewish Call to End the War”

Panel discussion to feature prominent Jewish voices including former Congressman John Yarmuth

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Via press release from Jewish Louisvillians for Peace

Jewish Louisvillians for Peace is hosting a conversation of Jewish perspectives on the need to end the war in Gaza, moderated by former Congressman John Yarmuth and featuring Rabbi Marisa Elana James, Director of Social Justice Programming at New York's Congregation Beit Simchat Torah, UofL Professor of Philosophy Avery Kolers, and UofL Associate Professor of Sociology Michal Kofman (an Israeli and former IDF officer).

The free event, which takes place this Saturday, has more than 100 registered to attend, and will feature an engaging panel discussion with Q&A as well as live music from Nathan Salsburg, breakout discussions, snacks, and childcare. The event will be livestreamed and recorded for those who cannot attend in person.

The event will be held at Temple Shalom at 4615 Lowe Road. Doors open at 12:30 Saturday, March 9th after Shabbat services, with the program to begin at 1. Please register at bit.ly/peace-3-9 for in-person and virtual attendance options. Registration is required due to physical capacity constraints and to receive the link to the streaming event.

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