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When Did Zion Become a Four Letter Word? Modern Zionism in Flux

B’nai Amoona Social Action presents

When Did Zion Become a Four Letter Word? 

Modern Zionism in Flux

Dr. Harold Goldmeier

Wednesday, July 17, at 7:30 pm

Congregation B’nai Amoona
324 S. Mason Rd, 63141
In the Banquet Hall – Gimmel


About the Speaker

Dr. Harold Goldmeier is a writer and teacher specializing in such topics as Middle Eastern Politics, Zionism, Ethics, Healthcare, and Business. He is the recipient of the Illinois Governor’s Award, held the position of Executive Director of the Massachusetts Com for Children and Youth, and chaired the Workforce Youth Council for Mayor Daley, distributing up to $30 million a year. While earning his doctorate, he served as a Research and Teaching Fellow at Harvard. His e-book, Healthcare Insights: Better Care Better Business, is available on Amazon. His articles and book reviews appear on Scholars for Peace in the Middle East, The Jerusalem Post, Seeking Alpha, financial websites, Life in Israel, Arutz Sheva, and Times of Israel. He was a correspondent for the Atlanta Jewish Times. Harold contributed a series of articles in the Gale Business Insights Handbook of Investment Research (2013).

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