SPACA Hosts Two Engaging and Timely Events

  Top Row from left: Karyn Gallant of ShaarayTefila with Israel advocates Jenna Zitomer, Rudy Rochman, Chloe Valdary and Justin Hayet. Bottom Row: SPACA leaders Sharon Freudenstein, Shoshana Bederman and Bonnie Katzenstein

Top Row from left: Karyn Gallant of ShaarayTefila with Israel advocates Jenna Zitomer, Rudy Rochman, Chloe Valdary and Justin Hayet. Bottom Row: SPACA leaders Sharon Freudenstein, Shoshana Bederman and Bonnie Katzenstein

Students and Parents Against Campus Anti-Semitism (SPACA) has started the year with two exciting and informative programs in Westchester County.  On January 7, a panel discussion was held at Temple Shaaray Tefila of Westchester in Bedford Corners for college students and parents.  The second event, on January 16th at Young Israel of Scarsdale, featured the screening of the film Crossing the Line 2, followed by a panel discussion for high school students and their parents.

SPACA seeks to educate and empower students and their parents to stand up to anti-Israel campaigns and anti-Semitic incidents on campus. Through education, discussion with today’s student advocates, fact-checking and reliable resources, college students gain accurate information, self-confidence and advocacy skills to stand up to propaganda and intimidation.

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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.