Friday, February 17, 2017

A Conversation With Gloria Steinem At Hannah Senesh Community Day School

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Hannah Senesh Community Day School at 342 Smith Street in Carroll Gardens is launching its new Steinhardt Speaker Series on Monday, March 27th at 7pm.  Gloria Steinem, the writer, lecturer, political activist, and feminist organizer, will be its inaugural speaker. the conversation will be moderated by Virginia Heffernan, Brooklyn journalist and Senesh parent.

Tickets will go on sale today at noon on the school's website: http://hannahsenesh.org/conversations-senesh.
The ticket price is $36.

From Hannah Senesh:
"With the support of Mr. Steinhardt, the eminent philanthropist, Senesh is launching the series to highlight the strong connection between timeless Jewish values and modern achievement that continue to improve the world. Gloria Steinem’s lifetime of campaigning for gender equality and human rights epitomizes that connection and echoes the School’s mission to foster a modern, meaningful and joyful approach to Jewish thinking and learning

“Gloria Steinem’s work as a feminist, activist and writer closely aligns with our School’s core values of Responsibility and Perseverance,” says Nicole Nash, Hannah Senesh Head of School. “It is especially meaningful to connect Ms. Steinem’s accomplishments to her underlying Jewish values and the work we do at Senesh.”

The evening will be moderated by journalist Virginia Heffernan, parent of two Senesh students and author of the highly acclaimed Magic and Loss: The Internet as Art, about the cultural potential and societal impact of the Internet."

This is bound to be a very interesting evening, so don't wait to get your ticket.

****UPDATE****
Well, that was fast! Tickets have sold out for this event, but Hannah Senesh will be offering a Facebook livestream on the event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/143896189459446/.
So mark your calendars.


5 comments:

R said...

According to their website it's sold out.

Katia said...

will contact them to ask. They just sent me the info yesterday.

Katia said...

Yes, indeed, according to Hannah Senesh, the tickets sold out already. However, you can follow the event via Facebook Livestream. I just added the link so that everyone can bookmark it.

Anonymous said...

not re Steinem, but fyi, Katia, did you see this?
Very exciting news!
http://brokelyn.com/new-bookstore-alert-books-magic-heir-bookcourt-opening-spring/

Katia said...

I know! Finally some good news!