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Dr. Heschel will reflect on the enduring nature of her father's legacy and our role elevating our rabbinate through the study of sacred texts, the pursuit of justice, acknowledging the holy in our lives, and how his legacy nurtures our moral leadership and sacred purpose as Reform rabbis in the 21st Century.

Susannah Heschel is the Eli Black Professor of Jewish Studies at Dartmouth College. She is the author and editor of numerous books and articles, a Guggenheim Fellow, and the recipient of numerous awards, including four honorary doctorates.

The Jacob Rader Marcus Memorial Lecture is sponsored by The Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives.

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Let's talk reality. We want to innovate, but there's no time, there's no money, and no buy in from key stake holders! What if we fail? Art Markman addresses it all—we must begin by defining the key problems, engage in productive conversation and create concrete plans for change.Join us for this inspiring keynote!

Art Markman is the Anabel Irion Worsham Centennial Professor of Psychology and Marketing at the University of Texas and Director of the IC2 (Innovation-Creativity-Capital) Institute. He has written over 150 scholarly papers on topics, including reasoning, decision-making, and motivation. He is the author of several books, including Smart Thinking, Smart Changeand Brain Briefs. His next book, Bring Your Brain to Work, will be published in June.

Sponsored by Israel Ministry of Tourism

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Roberta Kaplan and Amy Spitalnick represent the Charlottesville residents injured at the August 2017 white nationalist rally and will speak about their groundbreaking lawsuit against white supremacists, neo-Nazis, and affiliated hate groups. They will present on their new method of combatting violence based on racism, sexism, and antisemitism.

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Rabbinic colleagues will have the opportunity to walk Cincinnati's historic Over-the-Rhine district and experience its startling transformation though the distinctly different lenses of urban renewal and gentrification. On successive tours led by Dr. Mark Mussman of the Greater Cincinnati Homeless Coalition and Eric Avner of the Haile/U.S. Bank Foundation, rabbis will witness first hand the dramatic economic changes and debate the benefits and costs of what is either urban renewal, gentrification, or perhaps, both.

Meet in the Hotel Lobby at 11:00 AM.

Sponsored by The Jewish Federation of Cincinnati