Second Annual D1 Tennis Match
EIE hosted their second annual D1 fundraising tennis tournament at the home of Isaac & Marjori Gindi. David Mizrahi matched up against Jeffrey Franklin from UCLA. Young adults got involved by running an auction and a bake sale. EIE had posters along the house with crucial facts about antisemitism and Israel, so all attendees were given the opportunity to expand their knowledge.
In collaboration with the SCC, EIE hosted Rudy Rochman to share his journey of becoming a well-renowned advocate for Israel. He shared his experiences on various college campuses, where he encountered multiple versions of hate. The audience was able to ask questions and were inspired to learn more about antisemitism because of his experiences.
YOFHS & MDY
EIE met with the YOFHS & MDY administration to implement programming within the high schools. EIE representatives also spoke with the entire 12th-grade class about representing oneself as a respectful Jew and being prepared to answer tough questions when on college campuses.
Maryland University Fraternity Tournament
Multiple fraternities, across Maryland University campus, came together for a competitive basketball tournament. During the tournament, Michael Harary spoke about raising awareness for antisemitism and how to fight back appropriately. Athletic shirts were given to the players with a famous quote about antisemitism from 3x Super Bowl champion, Julian Edelman.
Book Club - Why The Jews? By Dennis Prager
Enough is Enough hosted their first ever book club led by EIE representative Jonathan Parker. The participants met weekly to discuss the book, its plot, and ultimately the lessons learned. All participants agreed that they were able to grow as Jews and leaders by learning the reasons why the Jews are so often targeted.