Wed 5 February 2020 | 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
The Kerem House - Gedera 18, Tel Aviv,
The ruckus of the Iowa caucus is over and the race has truly begun!
What should we expect? What does this mean to us? And how can we make a difference?
Allison Kaplan Sommer, journalist and columnist with Haaretz will give us her thoughts on the Iowa Caucus and the Democratic Primary moving forward.
WHEN: 5.2.20, 20:00
WHERE: Kerem House
TICKETS: Free but sign up required
FUTURE OF A NATION – US ELECTIONS EVENTS @ KEREM HOUSE
The Future of a Nation US Elections event series at Kerem House looks to bring quality events to both American and non American who care about politics and making a difference.
Our first event will be a Q&A with Allison Kaplan Sommer to discuss the results of the Iowa Caucus. Kerem House Policy Club members will facilitate the evening in cooperation with a rep from Vote from Abroad.
About Allison Kaplan Sommer:
Allison Kaplan Sommer, journalist and columnist with Haaretz and co-host of The Promised Podcast. She’s written for New Republic, Politico, The Forward and JTA. She’s appeared on i24News, Al Jazzeera, France 24.
Originally from Rhode Island, studied at Wesleyan University and Columbia School of Journalism before moving to Israel.
In fall 2017 she was the Noman and Gerry Sue Arnold Distinguished Visiting Chair in Jewish Studies at College of Charleston, SC.
About Vote From Abroad:
Thousands of Americans live in Israel from states where their vote makes a difference. Vote from abroad looks to empower all Americans to take part in the democratic process.
About Kerem House:
Kerem House is a community event space run by, and for, the Tel Aviv community. The Kerem House hosts shabbat meals, lectures, open mics, classes, meet-ups, and much more. The space is also available for rent for private events. The Kerem House dream is to encourage entrepreneurship and leadership from Tel Avivians to run the events they feel would enrich themselves and their community.