Boomers Monday Forum presents Dr Lisa Sarzin

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The Boomers Monday Forum runs monthly on Mondays at 10am for approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes in the Valerie Jaye Hall. The session format will include a presentation followed by discussion. There is no cost to attend. Morning tea will be provided.

Boomers Monday Forum (Meets monthly on Mondays)

A different guest is invited each month to present, educate, entertain or discuss a variety of interesting and relevant topics. There is no cost to attend and morning tea is provided.

Monday 11 March - Dr Lisa Sarzin

Time:   10am - 11:15am

Cost:    Free of charge. 

Topic: The Protocols of the Elders of Zion

Dr Sarzin holds a Bachelor of Business  degree, First Class Honours degree in Law, a Master of Laws degree and a PhD.  She has won numerous academic awards. In 2010 Lisa co-authored with Dr Anne Sarzin, her mother, Hand in Hand: Jewish and Indigenous  people working together, This documents collaborative social justice initiatives between Jewish and Indigenous people.  In 2015 Lisa wrote a children's picture  book, Stories of Simon, It's's major theme is the National Apology to the Stolen Generations. The book has had a significant  positive educational impact in the area of reconciliation.
" Fake News" the catch phrase of our time  is not new, fabricated stories have been around for a long time, The Protocols of the Elders of Zion is one of these . A  totally untrue fabrication against Jews. Lisa examines how the Protocols continue to have currency despite repeated refutations and wether there are effective mechanisms for countering the Protocols influence and dissemination.

Don't miss the discussion on this little known subject, often quoted as fact by ignorant believers of Fake News.

Cost: Free of charge



Registration: recommended but not required

March 11th, 2019 10:00 AM   through   11:15 AM
28 Chatswood Avenue