Seekers of Meaning 1/5/2024: Ari Rosenblatt, Jewish university student/activist

On this week’s episode of the Seekers of Meaning TV Show and Podcast, Rabbi Address chats with Ari Rosenblatt, a rising junior at the University of Wisconsin. Ari, the granddaughter of contributing writer Sandy Taradash, is active in Hillel and other Jewish organizations on campus, and discussed her recent experiences with antisemitism in the wake of the October 7 Hamas attack on Israel.

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About the Guest

Ari Rosenblatt

Ari is originally from Northern California, but currently is completing her sophomore year at the University of Wisconsin where she is studying Sociology and Communications with certificates in Jewish Studies and Design Strategy. Ari spent 10 years at Camp Newman as a camper and counselor, and served as local and regional president of the National Federation of Temple Youth (NFTY). She currently works for Hillel as a program creator for alumni fundraising.

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