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Dr. King's Pro-Israel Legacy with Dumisani Washington

Dr. King's Pro-Israel Legacy with Dumisani Washington

Wednesday, October 14
7:30 pm
Grainger Hall, Room 1185
Cost: Free
Dumisani Washington will be speaking about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s pro-Israel legacy and current events in the Middle East region.

Dumisani Washington is a pastor at the Congregation of Zion, composer, author and music teacher, as well as the Director at The Zion Academy in Northern California. He reaches out primarily to students in an effort to strengthen solidarity with Israel among black Americans and other communities of color. Dumisani’s passion for Israel developed through his Christian faith and upon recognizing Israel’s unique multi-cultural identity.

Co-sponsored by Madison Israel Club, CAMERA on Campus, Israel on Campus Coalition, Zionist Organization of America,  UW Chabad, Wisconsin Black Student Union, Madison Committee on Foreign Relations, and  WUD Society & Politics. 

Dumisani Washington is a pastor at the Congregation of Zion, composer, author and music teacher, as well as the Director at The Zion Academy in Northern California. He reaches out primarily to students in an effort to strengthen solidarity with Israel among black Americans and other communities of color. Dumisani’s passion for Israel developed through his Christian faith and upon recognizing Israel’s unique multi-cultural identity.

Co-sponsored by Madison Israel Club, CAMERA on Campus, Israel on Campus Coalition, Zionist Organization of America,  UW Chabad, Wisconsin Black Student Union, Madison Committee on Foreign Relations, and  WUD Society & Politics. 

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