Resource list from Community Briefing: Combating Antisemitism while Pursuing Racial Justice
On Monday, August 17, the Indianapolis JCRC held a joint Community Briefing with the Jewish Federation of Greater Indianapolis in which shared the JCRC’s approach to combatting antisemitism while also pursuing racial justice & equity. Last night’s conversation was an important first step in addressing how the Jewish community will constructively engage in this critical work. Internal community conversations like this help to lay the foundation for members of our community to learn, address their own concerns, and then get involved in fighting bigotry and hate.
This meeting was recorded and is now live on the Federation’s YouTube page
Below is a list of resources that we mentioned throughout the program:
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