Resetting the Table’s Town Square
An Evening of Open Conversations on Israel
April 6, 2014, 4-7 p.m. The Brooklyn Lyceum (227 4th Avenue, between Union and President) Tickets $10 Are you hungry for a truly safe and open space to talk about Israel? One where you can bring and share your questions and passionate commitments without the rancor of the public debate? Where you can speak face-to-face across a diversity of backgrounds and views with honesty and directness? Designed for Jews in their 20s and 30s, Resetting the Table’s Town Square will include small group discussions focused on a diverse set of topics, each expertly facilitated by one of Resetting the Table’s Facilitation Fellows. Suggest or vote for a topic when you register and help us create a forum focused on what you care about most. No matter where you stand, whether you’re just curious or eager to share your experiences and thoughts, have a seat and join the conversation. Tasty, kosher hors d’oeuvres and drinks will be available. Register Here Don’t forget to tell us what you most want to talk about! Your requests will determine our conversation topics.
Resetting the Table is designed to create inclusive, empowering forums for young Jews in the NYC area to talk, study, and deliberate about Israel. A project of the Jewish Council for Public Affairs, our aim is to open conversation for New York’s young Jews, especially across differences of experiences or views. We have no positional agenda with respect to Israel. Rather, we believe that American Jews desire and deserve a communal environment in which they can speak thoughtfully with their peers about their relationship to Israel, a topic central to American Jewish identity, with curiosity, passion, and self-expression rather than fear or intimidation. Click here to read more about our Conveners and Facilitation Fellows.