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To Tweet or Not to Tweet?

By JCRC | December 2, 2022

A few years back, a member of the JCRC team told me about a conversation he had while advocating on Beacon Hill. In a conversation with a senior member, he expressed that a particular issue was one that the organized Jewish community was keenly interested and invested in. The legislator’s chief of staff responded, to paraphrase: “Are you sure? Because Jeremy hasn’t been talking about … Continue reading To Tweet or Not to Tweet? »

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Statement on US Representative Katherine Clark’s Election to Minority Whip

By JCRC | November 30, 2022

“The Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Boston congratulates our long-time friend, US Representative Katherine Clark on being elected Democratic Minority Whip. Since her time as a member of the Massachusetts legislature, Congresswoman Clark has been a strong partner and ally of the Jewish community in word and in action. She has always stood up against discrimination and hate in all forms and matched her … Continue reading Statement on US Representative Katherine Clark’s Election to Minority Whip »

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JCRC Statement on Economic Development Bill

By JCRC | November 11, 2022

Governor Baker signed the $3.7 billion dollar economic development bill, which makes significant investments in the Commonwealth’s social infrastructure. The signing of this bill continues to build on the Governor and the Legislature’s commitment to investing in communal security and support for our most vulnerable residents. We thank Governor Baker, Senate President Spilka, Speaker Mariano, Chairs Michlewitz and Rodrigues for their ongoing partnership and responsiveness … Continue reading JCRC Statement on Economic Development Bill »

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Sign up for a guided tour at the New England Holocaust Memorial

Groups are welcome and encouraged to visit the Memorial, with speakers and tour guides provided free of charge to groups of 10 or more. Reservations are required. Additional resources are available to assist groups wishing to use the Memorial as a forum to present their own programs.

Please allow two weeks’ advance notice for facilitated group visits

TE.JCDS welcome pic

Report an Antisemitic, Bias or Discriminatory Incident

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