Onsite and Online

Author Talk with David Abromowitz Sponsored by the Library


May 9, 2023


12:00 PM - 01:00 PM EDT


Onsite and Online


Dr. Arnold L. Segel Library Center of Temple Israel of Boston presents author David Abromowitz talking about his new novel "The Foxtail Legacy."


Tuesday, May 9, from 12:00 – 1:00 p.m., onsite and online


Feel free to bring a bag lunch or snacks.  Coffee, tea, water will be available.  

RSVP by Monday, May 8 to Ann Abrams, Librarian, at aabrams@tisrael.org. Indicate if you are attending onsite or online.


Contact Ann Abrams, Librarian


David Abromowitz is an advocate, policy shaper, believer in opportunity youth, affordable housing attorney and writer.  Most recently, David founded the New Power Project, a national effort to support people who have grown up experiencing poverty in running for local elective office. A frequent author of op-eds and policy papers during his career as an attorney at Goulston & Storrs, as the Chief Public Policy Officer of YouthBuild USA and as a Senior Fellow at the Center for America Progress, David’s writings have appeared in the Boston Globe, Los Angeles Times, Baltimore Sun, USA Today, Huffington Post and many other publications.

An active civic leader, David serves on the Board of the Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Boston, B’nai B’rith Housing New England, and the Princeton Class of 1978 Foundation, and he previously served on the boards of The Equity Trust, YouthBuild USA, and the New Economy Coalition, among others.  A graduate of Princeton University and Harvard Law School, his contributions have been recognized by numerous awards, including the Affordable Housing Vision Award of the National Housing & Rehabilitation Association, the Distinguished Achievement Award of B'Nai B'rith Housing New England, and the Lifetime Achiever award of the National Law Journal. 

David is a proud New Jersey native now living in the Boston area. The Foxtail Legacy is his first novel.

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