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Jewish Social Change Matching Fund: Organizations-only Webinar

September 12, 2013 12:30-1:30pm EST An organizations-only webinar introducing the Jewish Social Change Matching Fund with Abby Levine, director of the Jewish Social Justice Roundtable, the Nathan Cummings Foundation, and JFN. Nonprofit leaders and fundraisers will learn about eligibility requirements, and how they can apply to the Fund. 

Jewish Organizations Make an Impact on Immigration Reform

  See below for some exciting updates on work coming out of the Jewish community on immigration reform.    Congressional Meetings Rabbi Ali Abrams at Jewish Council on Urban Affairs delivered a letter, along with immigrant rights groups, from almost 20 Illinois rabbis to Senator Kirk's staff asking that he support immigration reform.

Seeking new members and allies of the Roundtable!

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]).   

Jewish letter to Governor McCroy: Disappointed in North Carolina

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

Napolitano to speak at large Jewish gathering on immigration

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.

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