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On Saturday, December 1, Chief Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks will deliver the Seventeenth Annual Ruth B. Wildes Memorial Lecture at Manhattan Jewish Experience  Rabbi Sacks will be speaking on:

JEWISH IDENTITY IN AN AGE OF MULTICULTURISM:
Reconciling Jewish Pride & Closeness with Diversity & Pluralism

Rabbi Sacks, who has served as Chief Rabbi of the United Kingdom since September 1991, is the sixth incumbent since the role was formalized in 1845.  Among the 14 honorary degrees which he holds is a Doctor of Divinity degree conferred on him by the Archbishop of Canterbury.

The Memorial Lecture will take place at:

Manhattan Jewish Experience
The Jewish Center
131 West 86th Street
(between Columbus and Amsterdam Avenues in Manhattan)
Saturday, December 1, 2012 at 7:30 p.m.

Admission to the lecture is $20.00.  Registration is required in advance at www.jewishexperience.org.

To donate online contact: www.jewishexperience.org

There will be a special private meeting with a smaller group of MJE supporters and board members from 6:45 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.   To join this group, call 917-841-8870.

Click to view invitation from Managing Partner Michael Wildes

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