Seven ways to disrupt a Jewish conference
If you want to enthuse your Jewish conference-goers, your gathering can't only feed off the glories of the past.
It’s been said that the most important work at conferences happens in the halls in-between sessions, as participants connect in the spaces between carefully plotted panels and the boisterous inspiration of plenaries. But there’s something else you always hear in the halls: Grumbling.
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