Well-known writer and Jewish educator Rebbetzin Lori Palatnik is scheduled to speak at the Orthodox Union’s forthcoming Torah New York event, to be held on Sunday, April 29, indoors at Citi Field. A much sought-after international speaker, Rebbetzin Palatnik has lectured in the US, Canada, Mexico, the UK, Central America, South America, South Africa and Israel, including featured talks at Yale, Brown and Penn – and for the OU and NCSY!
Even if you haven’t attended one of these inspiring talks, you probably know Rebbetzin Palatnik through The Jewish Women’s Renaissance Project, for which she serves as founding director, or her video series, Lori Almost Live, which can be found on the Aish website. If you’d like to sample some of Rebbetzin Palatnik’s vast body of work on Jewish thought, you might like All You Need is Love, But What Is It? on OU Life, or as part of Jewish Action’s profile on The Contemporary Rebbetzin.
Of course, even “almost live” isn’t the same as live! You can hear Rebbetzin Palatnik in person for yourself on April 29 at Torah New York, so get full details and sign up at ou.org/torahny!
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