To Catch an Anti-Semite
A Story of Humor, Danger, Spirituality, Media Bias, and Cyber-Hatred
An Evening with Rabbi Dr. David Nesenoff
The viral video of White House correspondent Helen Thomas proclaiming that Jews should "Get the hell out of Palestine" and "Go home [to] Poland and Germany" forced Thomas to resign and catapulted her interviewer, David Nesenoff, into the limelight, receiving tens of thousands of hate mail and death threats.
Hear firsthand David's incredible story. It will open your mind.
Sunday, October 13th
Location: Bancroft Hotel, Great Hall located at 2680 Bancroft Way in Berkeley
Advance Tickets: $15.00. At the door $18.00 Event Sponsor $180.00 (includes four complimentary tickets).
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Rabbi Dr. David F. Nesenoff is a publisher, journalist and filmmaker. He was the intervention consultant for the United States Justice Department's Civil Rights Monitors Office for the largest civil rights violation consent decree in U.S history, the Denny Restaurant case.
In addition to David having been the publisher of a newspaper in New York and in Jerusalem, he recently authored a book with a collection of his satirical commentary, "David's Harp." He speaks to worldwide audiences and is often interviewed throughout the media concerning his Helen Thomas interview, his receipt of thousands of hate mail, his views on media bias, Anti-Semitism, tolerance and the Middle East conflict.
His films have received numerous awards including five Telly Media Awards and screenings at the famed Sundance Film Festival.
Bancroft Hotel (View)
2680 Bancroft Way
Berkeley, CA 94704
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