Hillary Clinton invited to speak at Golda Meir exhibition
Golda Meir with President Nixon. Photo by courtesy of Puder PR
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has landed a possible speaking role at a local New Jersey conference, which will feature a special photographic exhibition about the life of the late Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir after she expressed her admiration of Meir during her address at AIPAC’s annual policy conference on Monday.
Limmud FSU officials confirmed that they have invited Hillary Clinton to be an honorary speaker at its New York area conference, April 1-3, following her remarks at AIPAC.
During her speech at AIPAC, Clinton – aspiring to become the first female U.S. president – recalled, “Some of us remember a woman, Golda Meir, who led the Israeli government decades ago and wonder what’s taking us so long here in America.”
The Limmud FSU photo exhibition, “Where are all the women leaders? A tribute to Golda Meir,” will celebrate Meir as history’s only woman Mideast leader and will be followed by a special panel discussing the scarcity of women political leaders and its impact.
Limmud FSU New York is a volunteer-driven and pluralistic Jewish festival of culture, creativity.
Jeffrey Goldberg recently quoted Vice President Joe Biden telling President Obama during a discussion about Hillary’s foreign policy judgment on Libya, “Hillary just wants to be Golda Meir.”
The Clinton campaign did not immediately respond to Jewish Insider‘s inquiry about receiving the invitation or confirming her attendance.