As the flowers begin to bloom and winter coats are stuffed in closets, this is the Roundtable's annual time to grow and renew. The Jewish Social Justice Roundtable is officially seeking new members and allies to join our ranks. Interested organizations should request an application from Mae Singerman, Coordinator of the Jewish Social Justice Roundtable ([email protected]
March 18, 2013To sign this letter, please email Abby Levine ([email protected]
), Director of the Jewish Social Justice Roundtable, by 5 PM EST on Wednesday, March 20. Dear Governor McCrory,We write to you as Jewish leaders dismayed and disappointed that undocumented immigrants in North Carolina who qualify for the federal Deferred Action Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program will be singled out by having to carry driver’s licenses marked with a pink design and distinc
It has just been announced that Secretary Napolitano will speak to the JCPA Plenum about immigration reform. The Plenum, taking place March 9-12 in Washington DC, is the highest decision making body of the Jewish Council for Public Affairs.
The Jewish Social Justice Roundtable is mentioned in an article in the New Jersey Jewish News yesterday highlighting the work of Jewish organizations bringing immigration reform back into the Jewish communal spotlight. After years of the issue taking a back seat to the economy and health care, immigration is back on the front burner.
Will you be watching the State of the Union Address on February 12th?If so, use the Twitter hashtag #SOTUSchmooze to connect with progressive Jews from around the country who are also watching the speech. Tweet your best analysis, thoughtful commentary and meme-worthy jokes as President Obama lays out his plan for the next year. Spread the word to staff at your organization, members and friends!Tweet right and you could live in infamy.