Tue 24 March 2020 | 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Rozin Community Center - Yehiel Dov Drezner Street 2, Ramat Aviv,
Don’t Miss this special and FREE TALK with Professor Robert Rockaway.
Robert Rockaway has been a member of the Department of Jewish History at Tel-Aviv University, where he is a professor emeritus. He has authored The Jews of Detroit, From the Beginning, 1760-1914 (1986); Words of the Uprooted: Jewish Immigrants in Early 20th Century America (1998); But He Was Good to His Mother: The Lives and Crimes of Jewish Gangsters (2000); a monograph, The Jews Cannot Defeat Me: The Anti-Jewish Campaign of Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam (1995), as well as numerous articles on American history, American Jewish history, and modern Jewish history.
He has appeared on radio and television in Israel and the United States, as well as in the Arts and Entertainment series, American Justice (“The Rise and Fall of the Jewish Mobster”), and on American Biography (“Louis Lepke,”; and “Mickey Cohen”). A number of his writings are being made into feature films.
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*We are grateful to our partners in this special Talk Series — ESRA Ramat Aviv led by Terry Shlomo and ESRA CEO Sunny Marshansky, and the Ramat Aviv Community Center (Alon and Diana Ehrlich).
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