LOIS ZAAS ADVOCACY MEMORIAL LECTURE FEATURING DEBORAH LIPSTADT
ACTIVIZED POST-FILM DISCUSSION
THE POWER OF FORGIVENESS FEATURING MARY BORNSTEIN:
BRUNCH WITH DOUG KATZ
INCLUSIVE VOTING FOR ALL VOTERS
LEARN HOW TO ENCOURAGE VOTING: EDUCATE ALL COMMUNITIES
THE BIG READ, FEATURING JUDI WOLF
MENTAL HEALTH AND COPING DURING COVID-19: A CONVERSATION WITH DR. SUZANNE SCHNEPS
As COVID-19 continues on, we are all experiencing new stresses and worries. Dr. Suzanne Schneps, a renowned clinical psychologist, will take questions from the audience and give us all tips and advice for how to manage anxiety and how to cope during this continued time of uncertainty.
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WHAT HAVE YOU BEEN READING DURING THE PANDEMIC
Judi Wolf, an avid, “professional” reader presented some of her favorite reads and how she finds new books and authors. Share your favorites and learn about NCJW/CLE’s new program: “THE BIG READ,” taking place in August and culminate with a book discussion in September (Hint: the “Big Read” will culminate with the book The Bridge Ladies, by Betsy Lerner, a multi-generational story.)
HUMAN TRAFFICKING: AN OVERVIEW
Jennifer Cupar, Professor at Case Western Reserve University School of Law, presented a compelling look at human trafficking today in our country. Her years of experience in Northeast Ohio will bring awareness that human trafficking happens here – in our cities, our neighborhoods, our own backyards. The session included a discussion and Q&A
FASHION OF THE 40’S: HOW HISTORY SHAPED STYLES
Sara Hume, curator, Kent State Fashion Museum, closely examined the variety of looks that typified the tumultuous 1940s, including uniforms, suits, underwear, outerwear, swimwear, and even glamorous evening dresses, through images from the Museum’s collection. She’ll tell us how American designers began to break free of rigidly following European fashion.
DISCOVER THE IMPACT OF THE PANDEMIC ON HUMAN TRAFFICKING
An expert panel discussion provided information on the impact of COVID 19 on survivors of human trafficking, legal issues of human trafficking and law enforcement’s involvement in ending this crime in our communities. Panelists’ presentations will be time-limited to allow for an interactive Q&A and discussion period.
DAN SIMON AND DR. ROBERT SALATA: COVID-19 UPDATE ON VACCINES AND MORE
Daniel I. Simon, M.D. Chief Clinical & Scientific Officer for the University Hospitals Health System (UH) and the President of UH Cleveland Medical Center and Robert A. Salata, MD Physician-in-Chief Master Clinician in Infectious Diseases University Hospitals. Dr. Simon will interview Dr. Salata about testing, treatments, vaccines and safety.
DISCOVER HOW ADAM MILLER OVERSEES A NEWSROOM IN 2020
This is an important, defining time in history, from COVID 19 to the Black Lives Matter movement to journalists being targeted by the government. As the Director of Content for WKYC, Adam Miller is at the center of the news. Get the inside scoop on how Adam chooses content and assigns stories. Adam will also give a behind-the-scenes look of how a show is put together, what it was like working at the iconic TODAY Show and why he decided to come home to Cleveland.
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