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The Power of Our Stories
“Telling stories is one of the most powerful means that leaders have to influence, teach, and inspire. What makes storytelling so effective for learning? For starters, storytelling forges connections among people, and between people and ideas. Stories convey the culture, history, and values that unite people” -- Dec 20, 2017 Harvard Business Review

New Cracow Friendship Society (NCFS) invites you to a live panel to explore the complexities and devastating impact of antisemitism and racism. We will do this through storytelling - our panelists will share their experiences living in the USA. We will have the opportunity to see the world through their lens to help us better understand bigotry in its different forms and the impact it has. There will be time at the end of the session to submit questions.

NCFS is a non-profit organization founded by Holocaust survivors.

Oct 29, 2020 06:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Yair Rosenberg
Senior Writer @Tablet Magazine
Yair Rosenberg, American journalist and a senior writer at Tablet magazine. He is a regular speaker and commentator on anti-Semitism in the modern era, with a focus on combatting abuse on online platforms. He has interviewed and profiled multiple White House chiefs of staff and cabinet members; and written for The New York Times, Washington Post, The Atlantic, The Guardian, and the Wall Street Journal, among others.
Leotis Sanders
Chief Civil Rights and Diversity Officer @NJ Transit
Leotis Sanders is Chief of the Office of Civil Rights and Diversity Programs for New Jersey Transit (NJ Transit), New Jersey's public transportation corporation. Leotis serves as both Chief Civil Rights Officer and Chief Diversity Officer, supervising four distinct business units. Prior to joining NJ Transit in 2009, Leotis worked in the private sector as Director of Workforce Diversity at (former) Macy’s East.
Leora Klein
Founding and Board Member @3GNY
Leora Klein is the grandchild of four Holocaust survivors and the first American in her family. She is a founding member and current board member of 3GNY. Leora also ran their WEDU (We Educate) Holocaust speaker education program for five years. In her previous role, Leora worked at The Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles, where she led three hour guided tours helping students navigate their first introduction to the Holocaust.