NJ AG Andrew Bruck Takes Part in AC NAACP Anti-Semitism, Hate Seminar


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ATLANTIC CITY — New Jersey’s Acting Attorney General Andrew Bruck will take part in the Atlantic City NAACP virtual seminar “Uniting Anti-Semitism and Hate” from 6-7 p.m., live-streamed on the Zoom platform.

Atlantic City NAACP President Kaleem Shabazz said Bruck will be joined by:

  • Imam Amin, of the Muhammad Masjid Muhammad of Atlantic  City
  • Robin Burnstein, interim regional director for the Anti-Defamation League
  • Roberta Clark, executive director Jewish Federation of Atlantic and Cape May
  • Caren Fitzpatrick, Atlantic County Commissioner
  • Rev. Odinga Maddox, vice president of the Fellowship of Churches
  • Cantor Jackie Menaker, of the Shirat Hayam Congregation
  • Sen. Vince Polistina, New Jersey State Senate

Those interested can join with the meeting code 886.3019.6104 with the password 021909.

Gov. Phil Murphy appointed Bruck as acting attorney general in July 2021 after joining the office in 2018. Before that, Bruck spent five years at the U.S. Department of Justice, where he served as an assistant U.S. attorney in Newark.

In Newark, held several roles in the office of U.S. Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates, including Senior Counsel and Acting Chief of Staff.

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