(left to right) Former Mayor Wilson Goode and former Governor Ed Rendell talk privately before making a presentation and taking questions.
— by Bonnie Squires
The Black Jewish Leadership Series began today with a lunch and discussion on Black-Jewish relations with:
- Edward G. Rendell, Former Governor of Pennsylvania and
- W. Wilson Goode, Sr., Former Mayor of Philadelphia
More after the jump.
(left to right) Gregory Davis, Rep. Mark Cohen, Derek Green, Esq., Kory Grushka, Esq., Hon. Wilson Goode, Hon. Ed Rendell, and Michael Bronstein.
The Black Jewish Leadership Series is a speaker series where leaders from the Jewish and Black (and other) communities are invited to meet and greet some of today’s leading civic, business and political figures. Featured speakers include elected officials or candidates for federal or
state‐wide offices, civic leaders and prominent business persons.
The event was a collaboration between the Idea Coalition and the Blank Rome Diversity
Photos: Bonnie Squires
(left to right) Timothy Roseboro, Steven Bradley, and David Hyman all talked about the AJCommittee’s Black-Jewish program, Operation Understanding, which brings together Jewish and African American high school students to socialize and learn about each others’ experiences with prejudice.