Aid for Africa? Ruth Messinger & Dan Chirot Discuss

American Jewish World Service President and CEO Ruth Messinger and University of Washington Sociology Professor Dan Chirot discuss the value of aid in Africa, in this, the second part of the the Stroum Jewish Studies Department’s Judaism Confronts Human Injustice series on foreign aid in Africa.

Part 1

Part 2

The program was made possible by the Legacy Heritage Jewish Studies Project, directed by the Association for Jewish Studies. Support for the Legacy Heritage Jewish Studies Project is generously provided by Legacy Heritage Fund Limited.

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Noam Pianko is the Samuel N. Stroum Chair of Jewish Studies and a Professor in the Jackson School of International Studies. Noam directs the Stroum Center for Jewish Studies and serves as the Herbert and Lucy Pruzan Processor of Jewish Studies. Pianko’s research interests include modern Jewish history, Zionism, and American Judaism.

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