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JCRC: Our Work Continues | June 25 Update
Join a community conversation on race or learn more about Israel’s change in policy regarding parts of the West Bank. We’re curating virtual content from national and local experts on social and political issues.

The Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) continues to remain committed to our mission during these uncertain times, striving to advocate for just causes and ensure the security of our community. To help us fulfill our mission during COVID-19, we would like to invite you to join us and other expert leaders in various fields for ongoing webinars, talks, and online engagements about relevant social and political issues and ways to act for a more just society. 

 

We’d like to take a moment to highlight a couple of webinars we’re looking forward to:

 

Tuesday, June 30: Join Rethinking Racism for an open conversation about how each of us can continue the journey from complicity to anti-racism. We’ll use one another’s wisdom and experiences to share tangible actions we can take on a daily basis to counter racism. This is a local Cincinnati event with our partner, the Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center. Space is limited! Register here.

In case you missed it, take a look at this webinar on the Black-Jewish Alliance from the American Jewish Archives and this webinar on the implications of a possible change in Israeli policy in parts of the West Bank. 

 

To learn more, take a look at our regularly-updated Resources for Racial Justice here.

 

 

You can register for any of the events above simply by clicking on the hyperlink with the title. 

 

In addition to these, there are plenty of other opportunities to learn something new. Check out the full calendar of virtual offerings, all related to the work of the JCRC. 

 

Want to see what you may have missed? A resource library of recorded webinars can be found on the JCRC web page here

 

We hope you and your family are healthy and well, and we look forward to a time we can do our work together, side-by-side once again.