We need to talk. We need to listen. And we need to act. This year, Z3 will take place 100% online, as an initiative of the OFJCC with the support of 70 Faces Media, OpenDor Media, and VirtualJ.
Join us each day of Hanukkah — from Dec 10- 17 — for exclusive access to video conversations, interviews, and other inspiring content from leaders from across the Jewish World.
Proceeds from tickets will create a global Z3 Giving Circle in which participants will vote and decide how to allocate funds collected to select programs in the JCCA and JCC Global network.
On Demand Videos
Lights, Camera, Action: The Power of Israeli Film
This conversation will consider modern Israeli cinema today, and why it is receiving worldwide acclaim, with hits like 'Shtisel' and 'Fauda'.
Zionism and the Return of the Crisis Narrative
Over the last two generations, as American Jews increasingly celebrated their at-homeness in America, the "crisis narrative" of Jewish history seemed on its way to becoming irrelevant for most of the Jewish community.
The Abraham Accords: Bypass or Bridge for the Palestinians?
We will explore the new reality in the Middle East created by the Abraham Accord and how this reality will affect the Israeli/Palestinian conflict guided by two highly regarded policy analysts.
Jewish education Scenarios for a changing world
The project consisted in the creation of a Cohort of Jewish School Principals or Directors, in order to help them think, calm down, share their losses and concerns, and create images of a future in which they can operate safely keeping also some sanity for themselves and their institutions without losing their mission.
Ever since the publication more than half a year ago of a landmark article that referenced the “vanishing American Jew,” it has been hard to shake that idea as the dominant narrative of American Jewish life.
When someone threw rocks a couple months ago at the doors of a Chabad center in Atlanta, the glass didn’t shatter.
After Joe Biden won the presidency, my liberal friends — mostly Ashkenazi Jews with deep roots in America — were aghast that over 70 million Americans voted for Trump.
JERUSALEM – When Israelis went to the polls three times over the course of less than 12 months for national elections in 2019 and 2020, they repeatedly were forced to confront questions about what kind of country they want their children to inherit.
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