Past Events in the Warschaw Lecture Series

From Valley Boy to First Jewish Mayor of Los Angeles

The Thirteenth Annual Carmen and Louis Warschaw Distinguished Lecture Eric Garcetti Mayor of Los Angeles Wednesday April 23, 2014 Reception 4:45PM Lecture 5:30PM Davidson Conference Center USC University Park Campus Free admission - Reservations requested by April 14 RSVP online...

Public Service: How the Jewish Tradition Has Influenced One Senator

"It's easier to put on slippers than to carpet the whole world." - How my Jewish values have shaped my political views and policy making

Senator Al Franken, D-MN

Wednesday, April 3rd-reception 4:45PM, lecture 5:30pm

Jewish Values, Identity, and Ideals from South Florida to Capitol Hill

The Eleventh Annual Carmen and Louis Warschaw Distinguished Lecture

Speaker: U.S. Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz

From the Plains of Czarist Russia to Los Angeles

Speaker: Zev Yaroslavsky

The 2007 Carmen and Louis Warschaw Distinguished Lecture

Speaker: Senator Russell Feingold

The 8th Annual Carmen and Louis Warschaw Distinguished Lecture

Speaker: Congressman Henry Waxman...

The 7th Annual Carmen and Louis Warschaw Distinguished Lecture

Speaker: Senator Barbara Boxer

A Report on Contemporary Jewish Issues

Speaker: Congressman Howard Berman

Jews and Politics in Modern Society

Speaker: Senator Norm Coleman

The Jewish Role in American Politics

Speaker: Congressman Barney Frank

American Values and American Foreign Policy

Speaker: Senator Joseph I. Lieberman

Lessons Learned from the Righteous Gentiles

Speaker: Congressman Sam Gejdenson

The Jewish Ethic and the Public Arena: How Do They Mesh?

Speaker: Senator Dianne Feinstein