Attend J Street’s First-Ever Virtual National Conference April 18-19

Attend J Street’s First-Ever Virtual National Conference April 18-19

Usually taking place in Washington, D.C., this year’s virtual format makes it easier than ever for those of us from the Western part of the country to join this gathering of distinguished activists, diplomats and political leaders working to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and defend Jewish and progressive values in the US and in Israel. 

You will also be able to hear from prominent politicians, policymakers and experts from the US and the Middle East, including Senator Elizabeth Warren, Senator Raphael Warnock, Senator John Ossoff, DNC Chair Jaime Harrison, MK Merav Michaeli, MK Ayman Odeh and Former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert. You can find more information about the program and featured speakers here

J Street is committed to making Conference accessible to everyone. If finances are a barrier, please email Cecilia Sibony (cecilia@jstreet.org) and she will work with you to make sure you can join us.

Following the conference days, you will also be invited to join J Street’s Advocacy Week meetings with our local Congressional Representatives to discuss how Congress can play a productive role in advancing common-sense foreign policy in the region. We are thrilled to have already secured meetings with Reps Neguse and DeGette, with more on the way.

Don’t miss out on your chance to join this landmark event and send a clear message to the Biden Administration about the principles and policies that American leaders must embrace to revitalize the pursuit of peace, justice and democracy in the Middle East.

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