AJC Atlanta Regional Office
Your Bubbe's Shabbat Dinner
Together with the Alliance Theater, we invite you to welcome in the Sabbath at Your Bubbe's Shabbat Dinner on Friday, March 3. Your $60* ticket includes a traditional kosher Shabbat buffet and ceremony followed immediately by a performance of the world premiere of The Temple Bombing on the Alliance Stage. *Use Promo Code SHABBAT60 when purchasing online or at 404.733.5000. The ceremony begins at 6:30pm in Center Space (in the Woodruff Arts Center, down the hall from the Alliance Stage), followed by the performance at 8:00pm.
Coffee & Conversation: Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions
March 6 @ 7:45am
Start your week with coffee and a conversation featuring Max Chamovitz, Deputy Director of Israel Action Network. In partnership with the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta, we will be hosting a discussion that will focus on current events and on the status of the BDS movement. We would love to see you there. Click here to RSVP!
AJC University: 100 Days of the Trump Administration
March 7 @ 12:00 PM
*Due to space limitations, we will not be able to accommodate walk-ins.*
This is our second installment of AJC University analyzing the first 100 days of Trump. This session will feature Professor Michael Perry, Emory University's Robert W. Woodruff Professor of Law. He will focus on freedom of the press, civil rights, and immigration. $10 lunch - registration required!
AJC Atlanta's Annual Selig Award Dinner
Join us on May 24 at 6:00 PM at Flourish Atlanta as we present the Selig Distinguished Service Award to Beth & Gregg Paradies. We are delighted to honor a couple whose leadership, achievements and commitment to the community reflect the mission of AJC. Special guest speaker is AJC's CEO David Harris. Click here for more information about the evening.
Post Election Analysis: What's Next for Jews & the US-Israel Relationship
Join Dov Wilker, Regional Director of AJC Atlanta, as he discusses how the proposed policies of the incoming administration will affect U.S. and world Jewry, as well as the U.S.-Israel relationship.
Saturday, February 25 - Shearith Israel during Shabbat morning services
Travel to Germany with ACCESS
Now in their eighth year of groundbreaking cooperation, AJC and Allianz SE, in cooperation with Germany Close Up, will bring young American Jewish professionals on an annual study trip to Germany along with German peers working at Allianz. Together, this unique group will explore German-Jewish history, including corporate history during World War II, and will meet with top-level government representatives, business leaders, scholars, and leaders of Germany's Jewish community. Join us for this unique week-plus-Shabbat experience which will focus on the German past and present and challenges and opportunities in the German-Jewish relationship today and in the future.
Trip Dates: June 16-25, 2017
Cost: $600 (includes travel, hotel, and most meals)
Applications close Friday, March 17, 2017. Click here to apply!
Young Professionals Night at AJFF
Young Professionals Night at AJFF was a huge success! With over 17 partner organizations, including several groups representing the Muslim, Black, German, and LGBTQ communities, over 340 people mingled with other diverse young professionals at the Woodruff Arts Center. Following the pre-party was a screening of the German comedy Family Commitments, which touched on issues of ethnic identity through a multi-cultural lens. Read all about it in the Atlanta Jewish Times!
Jews & Indians Strengthened Ties
Last Thursday, AJC Atlanta, ACCESS Atlanta, AJC’s Asia Pacific Institute and the Indian Professionals Network presented "Jews & Indians Strengthening Ties: Celebrating 25 Years of India-Israel Relations." Over 125 guests from the Indian and Jewish communities attended the event to hear our distinguished panelists speak on the future of diplomatic relations between India and Israel, business connections between the Indian and Jewish communities, and shared cultural similarities. Click here to read a re-cap of the event featured in the Atlanta Jewish Times!
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- March 3
- Dinner & Show: Your Bubbe's Shabbat Dinner
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- March 6
- Coffee & Conversation: Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions
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- March 7
- AJC University: 100 Days of the Trump Administration (Part 2)
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- May 24
- Selig Distinguished Service Award Dinner
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