UJIA Celebrated international women’s day on the 8th of March
Tracy-Ann is a well-known and respected stage, screen and audio actor and writer. She has most recently starred in two hit TV series, Channel 4’s It’s a Sin and BBC’s Ridley Road as well as her continued screen appearance as Auntie Val in the multi-award winning comedy Friday Night Dinner.
There will be an appeal. Promoted by UJ Events Plus Limited. Net proceeds from this event will fund the charitable activities of UJIA.
This event is kindly sponsored by 151 Products Limited.
What happened at the event
On Tuesday 8th March, UJIA Manchester celebrated International Womens Day with TV personality Tracy-Ann Oberman. Tracy-Ann captivated an audience of 55 women with a charismatic story of her path to becoming an actress in London in the 80s and later discussed her role in fighting anti-semitism in Labour under Jeremy Corbyn.
Tracy-Ann resigned from Labour over their delays in taking action against Ken Livingstone for anti-Jewish racism and campaigned tirelessly against attacks on Jews and Israel. She was repeatedly defamed and faced sickening racist and sexist abuse, including personal threats but refused to stop speaking out and encouraging others to do the same.
On International Women’s Day, we were honoured to have her support of UJIA, an organsiation which reflects her values and ours, of support for Israel and pride in Judaism.
A huge thank you to Susie Shonn for opening up her home and 151 Products for their generosity and support.
Here is to strong women. May be know them, may we be them, may be raise them.