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Jewish Pittsburgh & The Refugee Crisis: A Community Conversation
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When: Thursday, February 25th
7-9 PM
Where: Levinson Hall at the JCC, Squirrel Hill
5738 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania  15217
United States
Contact: Eric Probola

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On Thursday, February 25th from 7- 9 PM, Jewish Family & Children's Service (JF&CS), the Community Relations Council of the Jewish Federation, the Holocaust Center and the Jewish Community Center will co-sponsor "Jewish Pittsburgh and the Refugee Crisis: A Community Conversation." The program will examine how to create a safe, welcoming space for refugees and community members to co-exist.

The program will feature three panelists,:  Aryeh Sherman, President & CEO of JF&CS, Mark Hetfield, CEO of HIAS (Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society) and Michael Kenney, PhD, associate professor of international affairs at the University of Pittsburgh, and also a fellow at Penn State's International Center for the Study of Terrorism. All three will contribute informed views and invite attendees' questions regarding refugee resettlement, safety concerns and creating a welcoming community.

"Jewish Pittsburgh and the Refugee Crisis: A Community Conversation" is free and open to the public. Click here to register.  Pre-registration is requested but not required.

For registration, program details or to submit questions to the panelists prior to the program, contact Eric Probola at 412.992.5247 or  

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