Democrats Abroad Israel is pleased to invite all Americans abroad and friends to light the fourth candle of Hanukkah on Sunday, December 13, 2020 (28 Kislev 5781) at 12:00 ET/19:00 Israel. The program will run one hour. Cantor Evan Kent will light the candles with us at the start of the program.
Our special guests include Representative Ted Deutch (FL-22) and Professor Deborah Lipstadt (Dorot Professor of Modern Jewish History and Holocaust Studies, Emory University) who will speak about the Jewish vote in the general election and the upcoming GA Senate runoff election, as well as Former NC Field Organizer, Ben Kanas and Democrats Abroad Global Chair, Julia Bryan who will address general election organizing from the US and overseas.
With this fantastic lineup, please prepare for yourself a Hanukkah treat of sufganyot (doughnuts) and/or levivot (potato pancakes) with sour cream or apple sauce and consider giving some Hanukkah “gelt” to Democrats Abroad for organizing this event. Suggested donation is: $20.21