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Rebecca Erbelding::Rescue Board: The Untold Story of America's Efforts To Save the Jews
Philip Wexler::Social Vision: The Lubavitcher Rebbe's Transformative Paradigm for the World
Alan Zweibel::Field Guide to the Jewish People
Jonathan Weisman::(((SEMITISM))) Being Jewish in America in the Age of Trump
Rabbi Ariel Burger::Witness: Lessons from Elie Wiesel's Classroom
Michael Roizen::What to Eat When
Chanie Apfelbaum::Millenial Kosher
Naftali Hanau and Mitch Gruber::in conversation
Michael Solomonov and Steven Cook::Israeli Soul
Rachel Barenbaum::A Bend in the Stars
Armando Lucas Correa::The Daughter's Tale
Jennifer Cody Epstein::Wunderland
Daniel Oz::Further Up The Path
Robert Kravetz::Baby Boomer Baseball: True Stories from the Golden Age of the Game
Michael Lasser::City Songs: An American Life 1900-1950
Judith Viorst::Nearing 90 (And Other Comedies of Late Life)
Julie Orringer::The Flight Portfolio

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Thursday, November 7, 12pm, JCC Auditoriums
JCC Member: $20    Non-Member: $25
Tickets must be purchased by October 30.

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Naftali Hanau and Mitch Gruber

in conversation

Naftali HanauNaftali Hanau is the CEO of Grow & Behold, the Brooklyn-based purveyor of fine kosher-pastured meats raised on family farms with no hormones or antibiotics. He has developed a line of provisions (sausages, deli meats, salami, etc.) using his own spice blends. A shochet and menaker, Naftali has learned with experts across the country. He currently lives in Brooklyn with his family. He is a proud graduate of Hillel Community Day School.

 

 


Mitch GruberMitch Gruber is the Chief Strategy Officer at Foodlink, Rochester’s regional food bank, and a member of Rochester’s City Council. He completed a PhD in history at the UofR, tracing the history of food retail in urban America. His work in academia, non-profit, and government all aims to build more just, equitable food systems in Rochester. For this, he was appointed to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Council on Hunger and Food Policy. He and his wife, Amy, live in Rochester. He is a proud graduate of Hillel Community Day School.

 

 


LUNCH MENU: Deli Sandwiches.
Dessert created by little chefs from the Hillel Community Day School and Derech HaTorah.

Generously underwritten by
Lewis Norry