National Politics on Campus...from a Distance: An AJC Town Hall with College Democrats and College Republicans
Student program: Jewish students are often among the most politically-engaged students on college campuses. Especially in this presidential election year, many students will get involved with presidential, congressional, or even local campaigns, canvassing their neighborhoods, phonebanking, or even working full-time in politics. But what does fighting for your political beliefs and values look like now, when politics must be done from a distance? And where do the U.S.’s two major political parties stand on issues that are important to Jewish students?
In this AJC Campus Crash Course webinar, students will hear directly from the top campus leadership of the Democratic and Republican parties. Mikaela Guido, President of College Democrats of America, and Chandler Thornton, Chairman of the College Republican National Committee, will share their parties’ views on a range of issues important to students: from student loan debt, to antisemitism on college campuses, to the future of the U.S.-Israel relationship. Join Mikaela and Chandler and learn how YOU can make a difference at this critical moment.
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