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Anti-Semitism in America, a discussion led by Dr. Kim Gilbert, the Rev. Irene Monroe and Sherry Zitter

Anti-Semitism in America, a discussion led by Dr. Kim Gilbert, the Rev. Irene Monroe and Sherry Zitter

Sunday, January 22

4:00 pm Eastern

Click here to register.

Three classmates will lead a discussion on past and present anti-semitism at Wellesley and in the U.S. This will not be a discussion of Israeli politics; rather, it is a time to explore stereotyping and microaggressions and to develop allyship skills.

The session will emphasize building bridges and safety for all, whether Jewish, Palestinian, or other marginalized groups. Discussions will focus on common confusions or pitfalls, thus allowing for diversity of viewpoints and complexity of identities.

Dr. Kim Gilbert is a clinical psychologist with a private practice in Newton, MA. She is the Chair of the Social Justice Committee at Temple Reyim in Newton, where she is currently leading a working group for Kulanu, a national ADL synagogue initiative aimed at fighting the recent rise in antisemitic incidents in the U.S. She has also been involved with Families Organizing for Racial Justice, a Newton-based nonprofit engaged in the Newton schools and the wider community. She is a former member of the Wellesley Hillel Alumnae Board

Reverend Irene Monroe is a lifelong activist for justice who speaks truth to power on her weekly NPR radio show “All Rev’d Up.” Her TV and radio commentary and columns draw parallels among various civil rights movements, showing how hatred and fear connect and amplify many “isms.” She has focused on uplifting the voices of the LGBTQ and African American communities, among many others.

Sherry Zitter is a Jewish and lesbian social worker, a longtime racial justice/social justice worker, and a co-founder of the Wellesley Racial Justice Initiative. She has trained in respectful dialogue skills and ways for people of diverse backgrounds to listen and learn from each other. Sherry has joined the new committee of Wellesley Jewish Alumnae to reduce anti-semitism on campus at Wellesley.