J Street to Celebrate 10th Anniversary at the Boulder JCC

A PATH FORWARD
J STREET AND THE FUTURE OF A JEWISH AND DEMOCRATIC ISRAEL

Join J Street Colorado for​ ​a​ ​special​ ​event​ ​to celebrate J​ ​Street’s​ ​10th​ ​anniversary

Thursday, December, 14, 2017 | Boulder JCC
6007, Oreg Ave, Boulder, CO 80303

Reception begins at 6:30pm — Program starts at 7pm

Featuring:
Member of Knesset Michal Rozin
Jeremy Ben-Ami, President of J Street
Rachel Powers, J Street U Regional Co-Chair, Colorado College

 

Nearly a decade ago, J Street launched.

Together, we have helped transform pro-Israel politics and opened up a political home for those who care about Israel but worry about the path it’s on under Netanyahu’s far-right government. We have launched the country’s largest pro-Israel PAC and opened up the political space for better policies — like the Iran nuclear agreement, which is making Israel, the US and the whole world safer. We have helped thousands of college students who are deeply committed to a two-state solution find their voice and a community on campuses across the country. We have cemented ourselves firmly in the Jewish community and sought to live out the values that are central to our tradition.

Join J Street Colorado at the Boulder JCC as we come together to celebrate — and look ahead to what kind of legacy we want to leave in the years to come.

More information can be found here. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to email me at jodie@jstreet.org.

Thanks and we look forward to seeing you soon!

All the best,

Jodie Rubenstein
Mountain West Regional Director, J Street

About Jodie Rubenstein

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