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The Westin Galleria Houston

5060 West Alabama Street

Grand Ballroom 3rd Floor

Houston, TX 77056

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Please join AJC Houston in honoring Jacob Monty, Rabbi Steve Morgen, and Dr. Sherif Zaafran

The evening's co-chairs are Brad Bailey, Rehan Farooq, Martha and Don Freedman, Zeyn Patel, Tracy and Gary Stein, and Mustafa Tameez.

The AJC Building Bridges Award honors individuals in the greater Houston area who have demonstrated a commitment to building bridges of understanding and joint advocacy initiatives between diverse faith and ethnic groups. They prove through their efforts that our communities are stronger and more resilient when we stand together.

Mohammed Al Samawi, author of The Fox Hunt: A Refugee's Memoir of Coming to America, will offer keynote remarks. “The Fox Hunt”, was recently released by Harper Collins and will soon be adapted to film by Fox 2000, “La La Land” producer Marc Platt and Academy Award winning screenwriter Josh Singer.

Mr. Al Samawi will be joined by AJC lay leader Justin Hefter, who was part of a small group of interfaith activists that helped Al Salmawi to escape from Yemen via a daring plan engineeed on social media.

Contact houston@ajc.org or 713-439-1202 for more information.

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The Westin Galleria Houston

5060 West Alabama Street

Grand Ballroom 3rd Floor

Houston, TX 77056

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