Acharai Fellows Alumni Spring Series

Being Jewish in America: Before and After October 7th
A conversation with Senator Ben Cardin

If ever there was a Promised Land, we American Jews are living in it.” – Rabbi Jacob Neusner, Washington Post, 1987

Core questions for these conversations:

How are recent events shifting our perspectives and our lives? To what core values should we hold firm? Where do we go from here?

Location: Private home, details to be provided upon registration

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A third-generation Marylander, Ben Cardin has been a national leader on health care, retirement security, the environment and fiscal issues while representing the people of Maryland in the U.S. Senate, and before that in the House of Representatives. Currently serving as Chair of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, he has worked across party lines to further U.S. national security and to ensure that good governance, transparency and respect for human rights are integrated into American foreign policy.
First elected to the Senate in 2006, Senator Cardin also is a senior member of the Small Business & Entrepreneurship Committee, which is at the forefront of rebuilding our economy. He is a senior member of the Senate Finance Committee and the Environment & Public Works Committee. Click here for Senator Cardin’s full bio.

Click here to register for our next Alumni Event, with Incoming Associated President Andrew Cushner.

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