Join OneVoice and a panel of leaders from the diplomatic, religious, entertainment, business and civic sectors for a discussion about the challenges and opportunities facing the peace process, and how collaboration between these sectors can provide new opportunities to move the Israeli-Palestinian process forward.
Hear about their work with youth leaders to prepare their communities for the compromises needed to achieve peace. Could a youth-led mobilization succeed where the leaders have failed?
For speaker bios, click the Program Notes tab above.
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Daniel Lubetzky is the CEO and founder of KIND Healthy Snacks and the KIND Movement; the founder of PeaceWorks Inc. and the OneVoice Movement; and co-founder of Maiyet.
Jason Alexander is an American actor, director, producer, writer, singer and comedian. He is best known for his role as George Costanza on Seinfeld.
Ambassador Dennis Ross is Counselor at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, having recently returned to the Institute after serving two years as special assistant to President Obama and National Security Council senior director for the Central Region, and a year as special advisor to Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton focusing on Iran.
Daisy Khan is Executive Director of the American Society for Muslim Advancement (ASMA), a non-profit organization dedicated to developing an American Muslim identity while building bridges between the Muslim community and general public through dialogues in faith, identity, culture and arts. Ms. Khan mentors young Muslims on challenges of assimilation, gender, religion and modernity, and intergenerational differences.
Rabbi Jennifer Krause is the author of The Answer: Making Sense of Life, One Question at a Time, her writing and commentary also have been featured in Newsweek, The New York Times, The Huffington Post, The Daily Beast and O, The Oprah Magazine.
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