Antisemitism Expert to Address Women in Denver Who Support Israel

Women in Denver who support Israel are set to gather at Infinity Park Event Center on Wednesday, December 7, 2022, at 11:30 am to hear from Dr. Rachel Fish, Co-Founder of Boundless Israel Inc., regarding the rise in antisemitism and why the Jewish community and the land and people of Israel’s best days are ahead.

Rachel Fish

Drawing from more than 20 years of experience in activism, Dr. Fish’s keynote speech at Jewish National Fund-USA’s Women for Israel Luncheon will shine a spotlight on the nonprofit organization that is reimagining Israel’s education and engagement and taking bold action to combat Jew-hatred across North America, as well as the importance of standing up against antisemitism. Dr. Fish will also discuss the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (BDS) movement and how it has crept into college campuses across the country.

The event, chaired by Nancy Bernstein, Cindy Noam, and Carolin Topelson, is free to attend and open to all women who support and care about Israel. Jewish National Fund-USA’s Mountain States professional team and ambassadors in the region will also highlight the extensive projects the organization is spearheading to improve the quality of life throughout Israel’s Negev and Galilee.

“Some of the most esteemed news outlets have recently reported that antisemitic incidents have hit a record high, with states like New York observing the highest number of antisemitic occurrences its residents have seen in decades,” said Rachael Solomon, Jewish National Fund-USA Executive Director, Mountain States & Pacific NW. “When we’re seeing an uptick in swastikas, bomb threats, harassment, vandalism, assaults, and a general surge of criminal and noncriminal incidents targeting Jews nationwide, we must stand up as a community, we must let our voices be heard. Join us for this very special Women for Israel event to hear from this fabulous speaker and combat antisemitism and BDS by joining Jewish National Fund-USA’s philanthropic movement and ensuring a bright, prosperous future for our Jewish Homeland.”

For more information and to register for Jewish National Fund-USA’s Women for Israel luncheon, visit or contact Melanie Foster, Associate Director, Mountain States, at or 303.573.7095 x937.

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