JCC Presents

To Benefit JCC Sonoma County's
Covid-19 Response
Thursday, August 13th, at 7 pm
 
 
 
 We are excited to invite you to a virtual fundraiser on Zoom with Dr Marc Dollinger. An acclaimed historian and holder of the Richard and Rhoda Goldman endowed chair in Jewish Studies and Social Responsibility at San Francisco State University, Dr Dollinger will be talking about his newest book, Black Power, Jewish Politics: Reinventing the Alliance in the 1960s, offering a crucial historic understanding of Black-Jewish alliances.
 
 
JCC Sonoma County has pivoted to continue serving the Jewish community by continuing to carry out its programs during the Covid-19 crisis. Many JCC's shut down during this time, but we stayed open. We determinedly continued our programming for seniors with the help of repurposed iPads, for teens with virtual gatherings, for children with camp in a box, for Jewish culture with an online Israeli Film Festival, and much more at no charge.  
 
However, as a result of Covid-19, we have lost the revenue that supported our programming in the past.
 
Your support will help us ensure our ability to continue programs and to provide a vibrant future for you, our community, and for our organization.
 
Join us on Thursday, August 13th, at 7 pm to hear Dr Dollinger discuss his important book and answer our questions. 
  
$36 - Chai Life - Supporter
$72 - Mishpacha
$180 - Mensch, includes a signed copy of Dr Dollinger’s book
$1500 - Event Underwriter, includes 2 signed copies of Dr Dollinger’s book
 
If you cannot attend the fundraiser but appreciate all we do, please donate to keep the doors open. Donate here.
 
A Zoom link will be sent by email just prior to the event once payment is received.
 

About Dr Marc Dollinger

In addition to holding Chair of Jewish Studies and Social Responsibility at SFSU, Dr Marc Dollinger, he has served as research fellow at Princeton University’s Center for the Study of Religion as well as the Andrew W. Mellon post-doctoral Fellow and Lecturer in the Humanities at Bryn Mawr College, where he coordinated the program in Jewish Studies.

Professor Dollinger is author of four scholarly books in American Jewish history, most recently Black Power, Jewish Politics: Reinventing The Alliance in the 1960's. His next project traces his own experience fighting campus anti-Semitism at both right-wing and left-wing universities.

Dr Dollinger is a past president of both the Jewish Community High School of the Bay and Brandeis Hillel Day School. He serves on the boards of the Jewish Community Federation, the Osher Marin JCC, and URJ Camp Newman. He sits on the California advisory committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights, was named Volunteer of the Year by the SF Jewish Community Federation, and was awarded the San Francisco JCRC’s Courageous Leader award

Just for fun, Professor Dollinger helped actress Helen Hunt learn about her Jewish roots on the prime-time NBC show, “Who Do You Think You Are?”

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