Looking at posters, symbols and graphics spanning over a century, we discuss the Zionist movement's historic & modern messages, outlook & goals, and consider what Zionism should look like today.
Israel Seminars presents an interactive discussion program exploring the Zionist idea.
Looking at posters, symbols and graphic representations spanning over a century, from the turn of the 20th century to the present day, we discuss the movement's outlook, historic and modern messages and goals.
What were the major challenges?
What were the campaigns essential to nation building?
Who were the heroes and the villains, the allies and the enemies?
Where did they draw their strength and inspiration?
The program concludes by considering what Zionism should look like today.
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This program is suitable for:
Synagogue and community-wide audiences, JCC’s, JCRC’s, Israel action committees, Hillel and college student groups, 11-12th grade students at high schools or supplementary schools (religious schools etc.). Professional development sessions for lay leadership, Federation staff, teachers, educators & clergy. Men's clubs, Sisterhood and Hadassah groups, golden ager groups. No prior knowledge required.
Duration: 60 - 90 minutes
North America: $900 for single program or $1500 per day of programming (according to your schedule, this could be three, four or more engagements in one locality) plus local transportation and accommodation where applicable.
The presentation is also available as part of a Scholar-in-Residence Shabbat ($2000). Contact us for itinerary suggestions.
UK: £450 for single program, £750 for a full day of activities, £950 for Scholar-in-residence Shabbat plus local transport and accommodation where applicable.
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