Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA) was among major Jewish organizations (including American Jewish Committee, The ADL, Hadassah, and the Orthodox Union) who signed a letter to President Joe Biden expressing appreciation for his strong stance throughout his career against antisemitism and now urging his administration to do more — and do better.
The letter is available at https://cdn.fedweb.org/fed-42/2/Letter%2520to%2520WH%2520re%2520Antisemitism%2520Related%2520to%2520Violence%2520in%2520Israel%2520may%252021.pdf
On Thursday, May 27, at 4 p.m., JFNA and those same organizations, as well as others including Reconstructing Judaism, Union for Reform Judaism, and USCJ, will bring thousands of people together (7,000 signed up so far) to speak out against antisemitism at a rally featuring prominent government officials and leaders from Jewish and civil rights organizations, among others, including JFNA.
Sign up at https://www.actagainstantisemitism.org/
At 3 p.m. Wednesday, May 26, members of Jewish Federation in the Heart of NJ’s Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) urged mayors throughout the area to become better informed about Israeli and Palestinian perspectives through a special briefing from JFNA’s Israel Action Network (IAN) in partnership with A Wider Bridge.
Sign up at https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_iDQcbIq8TBua4qNvXE1kMw