YJCer Parker Mantell's Commencement Adress at Indiana University Goes Viral! / Congrats to all of our Graduates / Other News / CPAC Round-Up / Photo of the Month
Parker Mantell delivered a powerful and inspiring commencement address at University of Indiana in front of a crowd of some 17,000 people. His message of defiance in the face of challenge has since "gone viral", been written about in many national media outlets, and inspired hundreds of thousands of people. We are proud to call Parker a friend and fellow Young Jewish Conservative. As mentioned in the introduction to his address, Parker was a founding Yameena Fellow of Young Jewish Conservatives. We look forward to following Parker's upward trajectory as he continues his work in Republican politics and conservative media.
Parker followed up with an appearance on Fox & Friends to discuss his message.
Congrats to some of our other graduates, including Rus Gurvitz (UC - Berkely), of Yameena Winter 2012 (pictured at left); Dr. Ari Lapin (University of Maryland School of Medicine), Yameena Winter 2012 (Pictured bottom left); and Steven Brody (Rutgers Law School - Camden), Yameena Winter 2013 (Pictured below).
FAITH, FREEDOM, AND A NEW GENERATION AT CPAC
In her Washington Times article from March, Jewish Conservative leader Orit Sklar eloquently articulated her feelings from attending and addressing Shabbat at CPAC 2014.
YJC co-founder Rabbi Ben Packer poses with Rep. Andy Harris (R-MD) in Jerusalem.
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