The Jewish Social Justice Roundtable has created this pilot Racial Justice Framework to help guide and support our collective efforts around racial justice. This framework is a tool to help build the capacities of Jewish organizations to be more racially and ethnically diverse, inclusive, equitable and just.
Here are the principles that guide the Racial Justice Framework:
Several Jewish social justice organizations have released public statements about the Trump administration's decision to end DACA, the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, a crucial lifeline for immigrants and for our country. This post will be updated as more statements get released.
Ameinu Statement: Trump DACA Decision Against Innocents One More Unjust Act; Challenge to Congress to Fill the Void
Several Jewish social justice organizations have released public statements about the tragic loss of life, violence and hatred we saw in Charlottesville this weekend. This post will be updated as more statements get released.
Ameinu: American Democracy Must be Protected from Alt-Right White Supremacy and Neo-Nazism
The Jewish Social Justice Roundtable is unified in our commitment to supporting vulnerable communities. With the rise of hate crimes against Muslims, Jews, and people of color, we know it's critical to stand up loudly, as Jews, to condemn bigotry and violence.
HIAS is keeping this page up to date with a list of ways that people across the country can fight back against Trump’s refugee ban. On that page, you can find rally signs to download, talking points and instructions for congress, and much more.
BEND THE ARC RESPONDS TO TRUMP’S ANTI-IMMIGRANT, ANTI-MUSLIM EXECUTIVE ORDER
Several Jewish Social Justice Roundtable organizations have made statements condemning the executive order banning refugee resettlement and immigration.
In August 2016, the organized Jewish community processed the Platform
West Coast Roundtable Organizations! Let's talk fundraising and racial justice.
July 7, 2016
The Anti-Defamation League and 27 other Jewish social justice organizations penned a forceful open letter imploring political candidates to put an end to the racism, anti-Semitism and xenophobia they say has emerged in this year’s campaign.