Penny & Anna: 8 Years of Reading Together

By Jeremy Burton | June 21, 2019

A GBJCL volunteer & her tutee During this 75th year of JCRC, we’re taking time to mark important milestones. The end of the school year is a very special moment … Continue reading Penny & Anna: 8 Years of Reading Together »

75 years of civic engagement

By Jeremy Burton | June 14, 2019

Seventy-five years ago today, on June 14, 1944, leaders of sixteen local Jewish organizations gathered in Boston. These groups formed what has since come to be thought of as the … Continue reading 75 years of civic engagement »

Representation matters

By JCRC | June 7, 2019

This week’s Friday message is from Aaron Agulnek, JCRC Director of Government Affairs Seventy-five years ago this month, JCRC was founded by a group of Jews demanding a seat at … Continue reading Representation matters »

Building a Shared Future in Israel

By JCRC | May 31, 2019

Givat Haviva International School in brings together Arab and Jewish students. This week, we had the pleasure of hosting Mohammad Darawshe, Director of the Center for Equality and Shared Society … Continue reading Building a Shared Future in Israel »

JCRC Applauds MA Senate for Unanimous Support of Non Profit Security Grant Funding

By JCRC | May 24, 2019

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 24, 2019 Contact: Shira Burns (617) 457-8673 JCRC Applauds MA Senate for Unanimous Support of Non Profit Security Grant Funding (Boston, MA) –  The Jewish Community Relations … Continue reading JCRC Applauds MA Senate for Unanimous Support of Non Profit Security Grant Funding »

Antisemitism that defies partisanship

By Jeremy Burton | May 24, 2019

Last week, I wrote about the importance of relying on mainstream institutions and leaders of our community to determine what is antisemitism. I identified three that I, as one individual, … Continue reading Antisemitism that defies partisanship »