Humans of October 7th


Humans of October 7th
A New Exhibition by Renowned Photographer Erez Kaganovitz

Premiering in the Palm Beaches from March 12-March 14

In the wake of the horrendous and devastating terror attacks on Israel, incitement on the streets and social media have fueled antisemitism and misconceptions about Israel and the Jewish people. Created by one of Israel’s most noted artists and photojournalists, Humans of October 7th aims to combat misconceptions and antisemitic sentiment by showing the human side of the millions of lives in Israel affected by the attacks and ensuing conflict. This breathtaking new exhibition brings to light the human stories of the remarkable people who have stood up to terrorism and showcases the unique spirit and resilience of the Israeli people.

Erez Kaganovitz

Erez Kaganovitz is the human behind the Humans of Tel AvivHumans of Israel, Humans of the Holocaust, and Humans of October 7th projects. A native of Tel Aviv, Erez is a noted photographer and speaker who has shared his work and message around the world. Through his projects, Erez has helped bridge cultural gaps in society – both within and outside of Israel. His compelling work brings understanding, emotional connection and unity to many around the world.

Tuesday, March 12 at 12 p.m.

Lunch and Learn

Temple Israel
1901 North Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach
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Tuesday, March 12 at 7 p.m.
Temple Shaarei Shalom

9085 Hagen Ranch Road, Boynton Beach
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Wednesday, March 13 at 11:30 a.m.
Lunch and Learn

Temple Beth David
4657 Hood Road,Palm Beach Gardens
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Wednesday, March 13 at 7 p.m.
Temple Beth Torah

900 Big Blue Trace,
No registration necessary
Call 561.793.2700 for more information

Thursday, March 14 at 4 p.m.
Temple Judea

4311 Hood Road, Palm Beach Gardens
No registration necessary
Call 561.624.4633 for more information


For more information, please contact Marla Topiol at marla.topiol@jewishpalmbeach.org or 561.242.6629.

Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County is committed to providing universal access to our events whenever possible. Please contact our Community Disability Navigator at 561.242.6664 or jdn@jewishpalmbeach.org to discuss reasonable accommodations. Some accommodations such as scheduling an interpreter may require prior notice of one week before the event date.