By Amy Zewe—
How can you fight antisemitism and BDS and get a few holiday tasks completed?
The Jerusalem Connection has several ways you can fight antisemitism, bring comfort to Israel and the Jewish people, and check off some of your to-do list.
Pat Hutchens’ collection of paintings titled “Auschwitz Album Revisited” is now available in a collectable book. Read the history of her project, view the photos that inspired the art (thanks to the donation of Christian Friends of Yad Vashem), and read Pat’s own insights on each painting. You can even order prints of the art that most touches you.
Through Pat’s work, you can be part of educating your network by keeping the evidence of the Holocaust alive and relevant. Documented photos, then interpreted into emotion-evoking art, is a vital asset fighting the holocaust-denying element of modern-day antisemitism. Consider purchasing the booklets to donate to churches, synagogues, libraries, schools, and offer as gifts to loved ones and neighbors. All proceeds go directly to the work of The Jerusalem Connection and continue our efforts in continuing Holocaust education for the next generation.
Feel like fighting BDS? Need a gift that will offer surprises all year long? We have partnered with Artza to provide boxes of made-in-Israel goodies delivered quarterly. These boxes will be sure to delight you or people on your gift-giving list. Portions of the proceeds go directly to The Jerusalem Connection and its ministries. Fight BDS and buy Israeli-made products and support the artisans in the Holy Land.
Tune in next week for more ideas on how you can be a warrior in the fight against antisemitism and BDS.