I think the issue of Jewish wealth and power is often framed incorrectly—by those privileged Jews as some kind of nonsense about Jews being "biologically" or "culturally" driven to work hard, seek out opportunities, pursue education etc, and by other people as something "the Jews" have gained illegitimately through exploitation, violence, or as a gift from America in exchange for maintaining America's combined Middle East military base and Jewish-themed summer camp (otherwise known as Israel).
As far as I can tell, the Jewish families that have money were all well off and living in America/Western Europe before the turn of the twentieth century—can't think of any Jewish billionaire or millionaire whose grandfather lived in a shtetl and precious few who can be considered Holocaust survivors. They're as much "old money" as your Anglo-Saxon Vanderbilts and Astors and Rockefellers. Outside this core of probably a few hundred families, the remainder of the Jewish community has a similar wealth distribution & ability to access education/other career advancement paths of any other white ethnicity; I believe New York City has the highest proportion of Jewish billionaires in the world but also has something like 25% of its Jewish community living below the poverty line.
Also the idea of Jewish-only "insider networks" for anyone except these few hundred families is laughable—if you're outside that elite the "community" & all its institutions will cast you out and badmouth you for the rest of your life at the slightest provocation. If you have the misfortune to be a Jew whose family doesn't have a single Ph.D./medium-to-large business/Nobel prize/six digit salary, and are looking for a community, my personal suggestion would be to convert to Islam.
(Imo this is also why "the community" has such a "problem" with young people leaving the faith/ceasing to identify as Jews—it can be an extremely toxic environment. But I mean, most of 'em didn't have any money so if they leave, the community's average income goes up, win-win scenario for the AIPAC ghouls)
I certainly hope the world does in fact pay attention. The world has, so far, ignored peaceful Palestinian demonstrations unless they're getting shot by Zionist snipers, and then it's largely to blame the Palestinians for their own deaths. Will any large media outlets be showing these artistic, cultural and social events?
Stokely Carmichael's words, "In order for nonviolence to work, your opponent must have a conscience. The United States has none.", also seem to apply to the US's puppet states, very much including the Zionist entity. My suspicion is that nothing short of overwhelming force will work, whether economic, socio-political or military, and Palestinians currently are not able to leverage that force alone.