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In the tradition of justice, advocacy and art, the Anti-Defamation League Next Generation Philanthropy Community invites you Art, Law & the Lessons of the Holocaust on Thursday, November 29th at 6:30 PM. The evening is generously hosted by Herrick, Feinstein LLP.
In the wake of the Holocaust, millions of people lost those they love and the symbols of their lives that were most important to them. Join us for an evening to learn more about the important work of ADL, its efforts to advocate and support Holocaust survivors and how Herrick, Feinstein LLP secures justice through law and the recovery of lost art. Featured panelists are Darlene Fairman, Counsel, Herrick, Feinstein LLP, Michelle Bergeron Spell, Partner, Herrick, Feinstein LLP, Kenneth Jacobson, National Deputy Director, Anti-Defamation League.
This reception is a follow up to ADL's 2012 inaugural art exhbition, fundrasier and silent auction, JustArt: Justice, Advocacy & Art expressed the universality of ADL's mission through art. To learn more about the event, view the video at: http://bcove.me/sn18s6fe.
The Next Generation Philanthropy Community (NGPC) unites the next generation of philanthropic leaders committed to the mission of ADL – to stop the defamation of the Jewish people and secure justice and fair treatment for all. NGPC empowers young philanthropists to become ambassadors for ADL through a broad range of educational, community service, philanthropic and leadership programs and events. NGPC is made up of three divisions that each serves a unique purpose and work together to achieve the strategic vision of NGPC: Next Generation Philanthropy, Young Lawyers Division and the Glass Leadership Institute.
Light refreshments will be served. For additional information please contact Gabrielle Carlin, Assistant Director of Development, at email@example.com or 212.885.7985.
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ADL New York Region
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