Advocacy in the Age of Nonsense

Club Z

Join us as we welcome Ryan Bellerose to Brooklyn, New York. Ryan will be discussing what Jews can learn from other indigenous people and why we must understand indigeneity collectively as a people.

Ryan Bellerose is a Métis from Northern Alberta who has pioneered the rights of indigenous people all over the world. Ryan founded Canadians For Accountability, a Native rights advocacy group, and was an Idle No More (INM)* movement organizer. He is also a founding member in the Calgary United with Israel (CUWI) organization. Ryan is a self-proclaimed Zionist who has lectured all over the United States and Canada and is the inspiration for this year’s theme of the forum. Ryan’s remarkable ability to put complex things into easy to understand terms has inspired many.

Date And Time

Wed, May 8, 2019

6:30 PM – 8:30 PM EDT

Reserve your ticket here ($10)

(Please register for exact address.)

Reach out to Alla@ClubZ.Org with any questions. Open to all teens, parents and community members.

Club Z was born from the need to create a platform for Jewish teens to connect with each other and be social about loving Israel. Club Z raises modern day Zionists, active participants in today’s Jewish story, as expressed in the creation, development, and support, of the modern Jewish nation state.

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Адрес: Brighton Beach, Brooklyn, Нью-Йорк, США

Advocacy in the Age of Nonsense

Brighton Beach, Brooklyn, Нью-Йорк, США