Legacy Symposium for Young Professionals

Legacy Symposium for Young Professionals

Sunday, November 29, 2020 at 10:30 AM

You must register for this session. Please fill out this REGISTRATION FORM  and we will send you the password prior to the stream.

The year 2020 has irrevocably changed the world. A global pandemic, social unrest and upheaval are just some of the things that will define the beginning of this decade – how have we as individuals reacted to the societal circumstances surrounding us? One of the most notable influences of the 20th century that has impacted every aspect of society is the rise and growth of the internet and social media. Voicing opinions, beliefs and support for causes is literally done with the “click of a mouse,” and with that the ability to be a social activist has taken on new forms.

This year’s Legacy Symposium will not only go digital, but help young adults become more informed about how to take a stand on issues they are passionate about in this all-consuming online era. Drawing on lessons learned from the Holocaust around the dangers of being a bystander, the symposium will explore how online activism can be key to enhancing our social activism.

Whether it be through advocacy, staying informed, or understanding issues of racism, social injustices, antisemitism, and inequity in today’s society, we have a responsibility to uphold the true meaning of “Never Again” for all. How can we combat these systemic issues? How can we better support the causes we care about? What does it really mean to stand up for what we believe in? Explore all this and more at this year’s program. Join us for this year’s digital 2020 Legacy Symposium to learn more about what you can do to be an active contributor to bettering your civil society.


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You must register for this session. Please fill out this REGISTRATION FORM  and we will send you the password prior to the stream.

The year 2020 has irrevocably changed the world. A global pandemic, social unrest and upheaval are just some of the things that will define the beginning of this decade – how have we as individuals reacted to the societal circumstances surrounding us? One of the most notable influences of the 20th century that has impacted every aspect of society is the rise and growth of the internet and social media. Voicing opinions, beliefs and support for causes is literally done with the “click of a mouse,” and with that the ability to be a social activist has taken on new forms.

This year’s Legacy Symposium will not only go digital, but help young adults become more informed about how to take a stand on issues they are passionate about in this all-consuming online era. Drawing on lessons learned from the Holocaust around the dangers of being a bystander, the symposium will explore how online activism can be key to enhancing our social activism.

Whether it be through advocacy, staying informed, or understanding issues of racism, social injustices, antisemitism, and inequity in today’s society, we have a responsibility to uphold the true meaning of “Never Again” for all. How can we combat these systemic issues? How can we better support the causes we care about? What does it really mean to stand up for what we believe in? Explore all this and more at this year’s program. Join us for this year’s digital 2020 Legacy Symposium to learn more about what you can do to be an active contributor to bettering your civil society.



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