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Jewish Pride in a Post-October 7th World
Jewish Pride in a Post-October 7th World

Tue, Mar 12


Holocaust Museum LA

Jewish Pride in a Post-October 7th World

Now, more than ever, the Jewish community needs to understand and take pride in our history, experiences, and identity to advocate for ourselves and fight antisemitism. Join author and educator Ben M. Freeman and activist and educator Eden Cohen to learn more about the critical need for Jewish pride

Time & Location

Mar 12, 2024, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

Holocaust Museum LA, 100 The Grove Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90036, USA


Ben M. Freeman is a Jewish leader, a Jewish thinker, and a Jewish educator. Born in Scotland, Freeman is a gay Jewish internationally renowned author, educator and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion specialist focussing on Jewish identity, combatting Jew-hatred and raising awareness of the Holocaust. A Holocaust educator for over fifteen years, Freeman came to international prominence during the Corbyn Labour Jew-hate crisis and quickly became one of his generation's leading voice against anti-Jewish racism.

Eden Cohen is an accomplished leader in the Jewish world, with a deep passion for Jewish and Israel advocacy and education. As Senior Advisor to Former Special Envoy Noa Tishby, Eden worked to advance Israel’s foreign policy regarding antisemitism. In addition, Eden is the founder and president of A Wider Frame, a digital media company that provides quick, easy, and comprehensive Jewish and Israel-related news. Eden’s passion for advocating for issues impacting Jews around the world took shape during her several months living in Jerusalem after her Birthright program. She holds a Juris Doctor degree from Southwestern Law School and a Bachelor of Science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Prior to her work with Special Envoy Tishby and A Wider Frame, Eden worked as a practicing entertainment attorney in Los Angeles.


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