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The 92nd Street Y extends deep gratitude for the freedom and safety of Rabbi Charlie Cytron-Walker and his three congregants who survived a terrorist attack on Congregation Beth Israel in Texas this weekend. We are in awe of the grace and leadership of Rabbi Cytron-Walker and the bravery and strength of all those held against their will. Thanks to their fortitude and the collaboration of over 200 law enforcement agencies, they are alive today.

As the community begins to heal, The 92nd Street Y once again raises its voice against the scourge of anti-Semitism, which is on the rise around the world. Hatred directed against the Jewish people is one of the most persistent and dangerous forms of hatred known to humanity. We, therefore, call on our national leaders and people of good will everywhere to join us in shining a spotlight on the ongoing threat posed by this pernicious form of discrimination. With this goal in mind, The 92nd Street Y will be launching an important series of talks on our stages and online that will analyze and address the phenomenon of anti-Semitism. The series begins on February 9 with a conversation between Jonathan Greenblatt, CEO of the Anti-Defamation League and journalist Brooke Baldwin, followed by Bret Stephens with Rabbi Peter Rubinstein on March 6.

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