Sisterhood Symposium 2019
"Antisemitism in the 21st Century: What Does It Mean to You?" is the focus of the 2019 Annual Sisterhood Symposium. The Sam Pomeranz Jewish Community Center jointly sponsors and will again host the annual symposium, which will be held in its auditorium on Wednesday, November 6 at 6:30 pm.

Antisemitism is one of the oldest hatreds, but there is considerable confusion about how it should be defined and what “counts” as either antisemitic expression and/or action. This evening’s program will explore the definition of antisemitism and its various contemporary manifestations in the United States. Following the presentation, participants will break into
small groups, where they will have the opportunity to discuss the nature of today's antisemitism and the ways it can best be combated.

Dr. Miriam Elman will be our presenter. She is currently on leave from Syracuse University where she is an associate professor of political science at the Maxwell School. Dr. Elman has written and edited several books and
op-eds, and is listed among the top people worldwide who are positively influencing Jewish life.

The cost of the dinner is $30 per person. You can sponsor a table of eight for $250. Reservations will be accepted until Friday, October 25. Please call 315-446-9570 for more information. You may send a check to CBS-CS, P.O. Box 271 DeWitt, NY 13214 or pay by credit card by going to and put Symposium in the comments.
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Trout Saratoga with roasted cherry tomatoes and acorn squash stuffed with mixed-grains, apples and cranberries
Vegetarian: Acorn squash stuffed with mixed grains, apples and cranberries with roasted vegetables and tri-colored pasta
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