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February 21, 2022 @ 6:30 pm
In-Person | Paths of the Righteous: An Evening with Ari Mittleman, Lt. Aston Bright and Gloria Garcés
Books & Books presents…
An Evening with Ari Mittleman
in conversation with
Lt. Aston Bright and Gloria Garcés
Paths of the Righteous: Stories of Heroism, Humanity and Hope
(Gefen Books, $14.99)
Monday, February 21, 6:30 PM ET
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About the Book:
What does it mean to be a righteous person in these uncertain times… When anti-Semitic violence has rocked the Jewish community, it’s common to turn inward. Our heroes who give us hope shine a light through dark times. Throughout history, Jewish leaders have shown our community and humanity what it means to rise to the occasion.
But do you know the stories of non-Jewish luminaries that uplift our community while inspiring their own?
In Paths of the Righteous, discover eight individuals who have gone above and beyond for Israel and the Jewish people during a difficult and turbulent period. Largely unheralded and not in the headlines, their stories can inspire us. They each demonstrate unique attributes. No matter how hidden it may seem during an uncertain journey and challenging times, collectively they teach us what it means to pursue a righteous path in the twenty-first century.
King Solomon in Proverbs wrote: “The path of the righteous is like the light of dawn; it shines ever brighter until the day is perfect.”
Black, White and Latino from Africa, Europe and North America, you will meet four men and four women you won’t soon forget. They prove true this verse and demonstrate the true meaning of this verse.
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About the Author:
ARI MITTLEMAN works at the nexus of politics, policymaking and the press in Washington, DC. Proficient in both modern and biblical Hebrew, he has formally studied the language and traditional Jewish texts since kindergarten and travels regularly to Israel.
He has visited over 40 countries and has worked with heads of state, celebrities and global business leaders. As a native Pennsylvanian actively involved in the Jewish community, the tragedy in Pittsburgh deeply affected him. A new father, Ari lives in Pikesville, Maryland, with his wife and daughter.