In an interview in Ask Reporter titled “Adam Milstein: Helping Preserve the Jewish Identity”, Adam Milstein explains the importance of Jewish identity and what Jewish-Americans can do to make sure that their culture is preserved.
Jewish-Americans have been absolutely instrumental in shaping the United States as we know it. From some of the most important art movements to cultivating business, Jewish-Americans are part of the American fabric.
Nobody knows this better than Adam Milstein who came to the United States in 1981 and has become a community leader and activist in the years since then. He is also a major real estate entrepreneur and owner of Hager Pacific Properties. Adam Milstein is a self-made man, a titan of business and a proud philanthropist. He works tirelessly to preserve Jewish culture and advance Jewish pride.
Making Sure The Education Is Solid
Bringing Jewish educations to classrooms across the United States is crucial to explaining the culture. This is especially important for Jewish kids who need a connection to their identity and gives context to the greater story.
Bringing People To Isreal
Nothing fosters pride like seeing the homeland with your own eyes, so bringing young people to Isreal through sponsored trips is a great way to let them understand their culture. Many young Jewish-Americans will never forget the firsts time that they set foot on Isreali soil, and the experience will change their worldview forever.
Fighting Anti-Semitism Everyday
In order to keep the past from repeating itself, it is absolutely critical to remember it- and also to remember that before World War Two nobody took anti-Semitism seriously. In order to prevent future tragedies, fighting anti-Semitism every day is important to having a harmonious and productive society.
Making Jewish-Americans Proud Of Their Accomplishments
Jewish-Americans have so much to be proud of! Adam Milstein points out that they make up a tiny percentage of the population but have accomplished so much in the worlds of business and the arts. These are tremendous accomplishments that should be a source of pride for every Jewish-American person.