The AIPAC 2010 Policy Conference began Sunday, March 21st in Washington, DC. Here are some links that will help you keep up.

2010 AIPAC Policy Conference in Full Swing

The American Israel Public Affairs Committee’s 2010 Policy Conference began Sunday, March 21st in Washington, DC.  There are more than 7,500 community and student activists in attendance, making it the largest conference in the organization’s history.  This year’s theme is “Israel — Tell the Story.”  Conference programming will highlight the many facets of Israel—an innovator, a Jewish homeland, a light unto the nations and much more.

Sunday’s speakers available via web replay include Professor Alan Dershowitz, Shlomo Molla, Meir Brand, Dr. Daniel Zajfman and Dan Senor, along with a Student Moment.

The BJN will carry the AIPAC Twitter Feed (hashtag #AIPAC2010) on our front page during the conference, and for those who are interested in following the conference more closely, here are some relevant links:

AIPAC 2010 Home Page

AIPAC’s News Page (stories about the conference as well as other related news)

Videos and Speeches page — video highlights, full speeches, and transcripts of the speeches.

Schedule of Events — what’s coming up over the next three days.

If you are attending the conference from Colorado, please share your experiences with BJN readers via commenting on this story or submitting your own.

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One comment

  1. Susan Gesundheit

    Thank you for providing the links to the AIPAC conference- that was super !