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Find out about JCRC events! For questions reach out to Aaron Welcher at awelcher@indyjcrc.org.

2020 STATE HOUSE CANDIDATES FORUM

The JCRC & Carmel Interfaith Alliance invites you to join us to hear from central Indiana State Senate and House candidates! Candidates Attending House District 24: Donna Schaibley (Incumbent) & Naomi Bechtold House District 39: Jerry Torr (Incumbent) & Ashely Klein Senate District 30: John Ruckelshaus (Incumbent) & Fady Qaddora   Time Slots House Races 7:00 -  8:00pm Senate Race 8:00 - 8:45pm For any questions or for additional information please reach out to the

2020 STATE HOUSE CANDIDATES FORUM2020-09-18T14:47:53-04:00

The Current State of Global Jewish Advocacy

JCRC & JFGI are pleased to invite Jewish communities from throughout the State of Indiana to this special global Jewish update Considered by many to be the State Department of the Jewish people, the American Jewish Committee (AJC) has 37 offices in Jewish communities around the world.  Join us in learning how AJC has managed to continue its critical work during the global pandemic from AJC CEO David Harris, AJC’s CEO for 30 years.

The Current State of Global Jewish Advocacy2020-09-15T23:21:25-04:00

Stand Up! Speak Out! Family Info Night

Stand Up! Speak Out! (SU! SO!) Family Info Night         The Indianapolis JCRC is hosting three opportunities for families to learn more about our Stand Up! Speak Out! program initiative. Stand Up! Speak Out! is comprised of several programs that inspire students, parents, and teachers to use their voice to widen the bridges of understanding, build respect for diversity, and effectively combat antisemitism. At these "info night" sessions we will

Stand Up! Speak Out! Family Info Night2020-09-24T18:00:44-04:00

Israel Teen Talks 6.7.2020

Israel Teen Talks Sunday, June 7, 2020 Registration Loading… We will email you the Zoom link upon completion of the google form.

Israel Teen Talks 6.7.20202020-09-24T18:00:45-04:00

JCRC Upcoming May 2020 Programs

JCRC Upcoming May 2020 Programs Mark Your Calendars!!!   JCRC Talks: Voting Rights & Elections During a Public Health Crisis Wednesday, May 20, 2020 @ 1pm JCRC 2020 Annual Meeting Tuesday, May 26, 2020 @ 7pm   Navigating Judaism: Confronting Antisemitism Today in Schools Sunday, May 31, 2020 @ 2pm

JCRC Upcoming May 2020 Programs2020-09-24T18:00:52-04:00

JCRC Annual Meeting 2020

JCRC 2020 Annual Meeting Register Here Zoom Information To join via Zoom please click this URL to join: https://zoom.us/j/868171925 or  join by phone:   +1-312-626-6799  Webinar ID: 868 171 925

JCRC Annual Meeting 20202020-09-24T18:00:52-04:00

Greater Indianapolis International Holocaust Remembrance Day Programs

Greater Indianapolis 2020 International Holocaust Remembrance Day Programs International Holocaust Remembrance Day is a United Nations designated day that falls on January 27, the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau, to remember the six million Jewish victims and millions of other victims of the Holocaust and to help prevent future genocides.  This year marks the 75th anniversary of the liberation. Please see below the various events happening around Indianapolis   Sunday, January 26th

Greater Indianapolis International Holocaust Remembrance Day Programs2020-09-24T18:00:57-04:00

Holocaust Remembrance 2019

21st Annual State of Indiana Holocaust Remembrance Program Friday, November 15, 2019, 12pm at the Indiana State House For over two decades, the JCRC has partnered with the Indiana Civil Rights Commission to plan Indiana’s official Holocaust memorial program.  In recent years, we’ve expanded that partnership to include the Federation’s department of Jewish education.  This year’s program will coincide with Kristallnacht, which will provide an important opportunity to raise awareness for this catalytic

Holocaust Remembrance 20192020-09-24T18:00:58-04:00

How the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Fights Modern Hate & Genocide- 11.6.2019

Breakfast & Learn How the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Fights Modern Hate & Genocide   Event Details: To keep the promise of "never again", the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is a world leader in fighting modern-day hate and genocide. Come learn from some of their experts on today's challenges. A light breakfast will be provided. Wednesday, November 6, 2019, 9:00am Indiana Interchurch Center, Krannert Hall 1100 w 42nd St, Indianapolis, IN, 46208

How the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Fights Modern Hate & Genocide- 11.6.20192020-09-24T18:01:00-04:00
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