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Reboot Ideas Presents Five Years Since Charlottesville: Democracy at Stake With Amy Spitalnick (Integrity First for America) and Ilyse Hogue (The Lie That Binds)
Multiracial democracy in the United States and the freedom to live as American Jews are inextricably linked. Unfortunately, they both hang precariously in the balance. In August 2017, neo-Nazis attacked Charlottesville, fueled by antisemitism and white supremacy. Five years later, that extremism has become increasingly normalized in our politics and society — from the Supreme Court decision overturning Roe, to attacks on marginalized communities and rising political violence.

Join Amy Spitalnick, Executive Director of Integrity First for America, which successfully sued the Charlottesville neo-Nazis, and Ilyse Hogue, Author of bestselling book The Lie That Binds, President of Purpose, former President of NARAL Pro-Choice America — who will uncover and connect the dots between the assault on our democracy and our rights and what it means to live as both Americans and Jews.

Aug 10, 2022 08:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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