Martin Frost and Tom Davis: The Partisan Divide
Thursday, March 17, 7:30 pm

Anyone paying attention to national politics and the 2016 primary races knows one thing: America is an incredibly divided country, right down party lines. 

During their 40 years in Congress, Martin Frost and Tom Davis were the field generals for their respective parties, each serving two terms as chair of the Democratic and Republican House campaign committees. Now they have joined forces in an effort to save Congress from itself and bring this issue to national attention. Frost and Davis, with great insight and skill, dissect the causes of legislative gridlock and offer a common sense, bi-partisan plan for making our Congress function again.

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In partnership with the Jewish Historical Society of Greater Washington

The Freedom of the Writer and the Cruelties of History:
A Conversation with David Grossman, Azar Nafisi and Leon Wieseltier

Sunday, March 20, 7:00 pm
Foundry United Methodist Church (1500 16th Street NW)

How do literature and fiction simultaneously define and transform cultures and communities? How do writers as artists and activists engage in challenging conversations laden with tragic histories? How does this process promote change and healing? Join the DCJCC as we welcome internationally renowned literary luminaries in conversation as they explore and explain their respective recent works and their creative processes.

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Tami Wolf
Associate Director of Jewish Life

Enjoy an evening of entertainment and stimulating conversation with great authors and fellow readers. Meet the author, get your book signed and discuss your favorite books with friends.
ASL Interpretation available upon request.

Additional Literary Resources:

-Jewish Book Council



-Yiddish Book Center