Since 1942, the JCRC has been the public affairs and community relations arm of the organized Jewish community. We work to build consensus on public affairs issues and translate these positions into community action and partnerships with civic leaders, public officials, and interfaith and intergroup communities.
Our mission has been to safeguard the rights of Jews in the U.S., Israel, and around the world, by combating antisemitism through relationship-building and education. JCRC works to protect and promote a just American society, one that is democratic and pluralistic.
We cultivate relationships & educate.
We build strong coalitions & advocate.
We initiate change.
Holocaust Educator & Human Rights Associate
Amber Maze is an expert in the field of genocide education and mass atrocity prevention. Her work focuses on Holocaust and genocide education, human rights advocacy, and the preservation of memory. Amber’s career has led her to work for the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and the Enough Project, a Washington D.C.-based genocide prevention organization. Amber holds a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from Ball State University and a Master of Arts in Holocaust and Genocide Studies from Stockton University of New Jersey. Amber also serves as the Co-Founder and Executive Director of the Crane Center for Mass Atrocity Prevention. Email Amber. Call Amber at (317) 926-2935.
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