Kashrus and Ethics Presentation at YU

From:               YESHIVA UNIVERSITY

Contact:            publicaffairs@yu.edu

 

RABBIS OF ALL MAJOR ORTHODOX ORGANIZATIONS TO ADDRESS THE “KOSHER QUANDRY: ETHICS AND KASHRUT” IN LIGHT OF AGRIPROCESSORS SCANDAL TUESDAY, DEC. 9 AT YESHIVA UNIVERSITY

 

In light of the ongoing Agriprocessors scandal that has rocked the kosher meat industry and the Orthodox community, Rabbi Avi Shafran, director of public affairs for Agudath Israel of America, Rabbi Menachem Genack, rabbinic administrator and CEO of the Orthodox Union’s Kashrut Division, Rabbi Basil Herring, executive vice president of the Rabbinical Council of America, and Shmuly Yanklowitz, co-founder and director of Uri L’Tzedek, will engage in a candid conversation on the interplay between ethics and kashrut at a program on Tuesday, December 9, at 7 p.m. in Weissberg Commons on Yeshiva University’s main campus, 2495 Amsterdam Ave. at 184th St., New York.

 

The program – “The Kosher Quandary: Ethics and Kashrut” – serves as the launch event for the new student-run organization at YU called TEIQU, A Torah Exploration of Ideas, Questions, and Understanding.  The organization is devoted to nurturing intellectual dialogue on campus surrounding Jewish matters of import. 

 

The panelists will explain their views and insights on the kosher quandary, address recent developments and share their prescriptions for action. 

 

Who:               Rabbis of All Major Orthodox Organizations

What:              “The Kosher Quandary: Ethics and Kashrut”

When:               Tuesday, December 9, 2008; 7 p.m.

Where:            Weissberg Commons, Yeshiva University

                         2495 Amsterdam Ave. at 184th St. 

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