Temple Shalom Will Host New York Times Editorial Writer and Journalist Bari Weiss
Author Will Speak on Anti- Semitism on One Year Anniversary of Tree of Life Massacre
Temple Shalom of Newton will host journalist and author Bari Weiss, who will speak on anti-Semitism and the Tree of Life Synagogue shooting, on Saturday, Oct. 26 at 7:30 p.m. at Temple Shalom.
Weiss, a writer at The New York Times and author, will give a talk entitled, “One Year Later: Fighting Anti-Semitism, Remembering Tree of Life.” Her first book, How to Fight Anti-Semitism, was published in September and she will be discussing the ideas she presented in the book.
Bari Weiss is an Op-Ed staff editor and writer, who writes about culture and politics, at the Times. Prior to joining the Times, she was an op-ed and book review editor at The Wall Street Journal and has also worked at Tablet, a digital publication that focuses on Jewish politics and culture. She is a native of Pittsburgh and attended the Tree of Life synagogue in the past.
For more information on the event or to purchase tickets, please visit Temple Shalom’s website.
Bari Weiss, author of How to Fight Anti-Semitism
Saturday, October 26th
Temple Shalom of Newton
175 Temple Street
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Temple Shalom is a warm and inclusive community with members from throughout the Metrowest Boston area who aspire to find meaning and fulfillment in the practice of Reform Judaism. We believe that this meaning and fulfillment flows from a personal engagement with the living tradition of Judaism. We invite our membership in all its diversity to participate in the religious, educational and communal life of our synagogue.
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