Educating and empowering High School Students

 SPACA at Merrick, L.I.  with Sharon Freudenstein, President Shoshana Bederman, SSI Columbia's Dalia Zahger & Rudy Rochman, Beth Frieield & Max Frieield .

SPACA at Merrick, L.I.  with Sharon Freudenstein, President Shoshana Bederman, SSI Columbia's Dalia Zahger & Rudy Rochman, Beth Frieield & Max Frieield .

On January 26, 2017 SPACA came to Merrick Long Island to educate high school students and their parents about anti-Semitism on college campuses.  At Merrick Cinemas the audience watched Crossing the Line II. Following the film Shoshana Bederman, SPACA's president spoke about practical steps that students can take to empower themselves and organize on campus. She also encouraged parents to become involved, and hold the schools accountable for acts of hate. SSI Columbia U. activists Dalia Zahger & Rudy Rochman shared their advocacy experiences on Columbia's campus.  A Question & Answer session capped off the evening. Shoshana Bederman noted that she felt inspired by young students such as 14-year old Max Friefeld who told her: "Thank you for educating me" 

SPACA

Students & Parents Against Campus Anti-Semitism (SPACA) seeks to empower and educate college students to stand up to anti-Israel campaigns and anti-Semitism on college campuses.