|DATE||January 19, 2021|
|TIME||7:00 pm CST|
|DESCRIPTION||Our speaker is Michael Masters. Mr. Masters is an experienced public safety/security executive who is beginning his fourth year as National Director and CEO of the Secure Community Network (SCN), the national homeland security initiative of the North American Jewish community, formed under the Jewish Federations of North America and Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations.
In his early career, he served as an assistant to Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley for public safety during which time he oversaw public safety policy and operations for the City of Chicago and as a liaison to the Chicago Police and Fire Departments and the Chicago Office of Emergency Management and Communications.
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|DATE||January 20, 2021|
|TIME||4:30 p.m. CST|
|DESCRIPTION||Jewish Military History Book Club
Purpose of the club – Discuss books about American and other Jews who have made significant contributions to military history as well as books on Jewish military history.
This book club is a project of the Jewish War Veterans Post 256 Patriotism Committee.
GI Jews – How World War II changed a Generation by Deborah Dash Moore
Moore charts the lives of 15 young Jewish men through oral histories, letters and interviews to learn what they faced in military service and tried to make sense of its demands. She shows how military service in World War II transformed this generation of Jews, reshaping Jewish life in America and abroad. These men challenged perceptions of Jews as simply victims of the war and encouraged Jews throughout the diaspora to fight for what was right. At the same time, service strengthened Jews' identification with American democratic ideals, even as it confirmed the importance of their Jewish identity. GI Jews is a powerful, intimate portrayal of the costs of a conflict that was at once physical, emotional, and spiritual, as well as its profound consequences for these hitherto overlooked members of the "greatest generation."
Marc Liebman, a retired Navy Captain and Naval Aviator who is a Vietnam and Desert Storm combat veteran. He is the author of nine successful novels and an amateur historian who has been writing and lecturing about American Jews who have made significant contributions to American Military History.
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