The Power of Community Relations
Since 1944, JCPA has been the organized national Jewish community’s convener, intergroup connector, and policy advocate. The Conference brings together the largest local-national network to grapple and take a deep dive into today’s crucial issues through a Jewish lens.
First 100 Days: Priorities of the 117th Congress and the Jewish Community
Israel and the Middle East
Democracy and Voting Rights: Lessons from the Elections and Setting a Path Forward
State of Black America: Working Together to Achieve Racial Justice
COVID-19: What We Did, What We Learned, Where We Go From Here
Join with lay and professional advocates and experts from around the country who are working to build a just, democratic and pluralistic America and combat hate.
Learn best practices, effective strategies, and hone your skills to be effective change agents and integral intergroup partners.
Attend interactive sessions with high level experts, policy makers, and advocates
Justice and Equity ● Racial Justice ● Immigration ● Criminal Justice Reform ● Democracy and Voting Rights ● Poverty ● Racism and Antisemitism ● Israel and World Affairs ● Jewish Unity ● Religious Liberties ● Civic Engagement
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer to Receive JCPA’s Albert D. Chernin Award
The Chernin Award, JCPA’s highest honor, is presented annually to an American Jew whose life work best exemplifies the social justice imperatives of Judaism, Jewish history, and protection of the U.S. Bill of Rights.
Shared Legacies: The African American-Jewish Civil Rights Alliance
Join an interactive discussion with filmmaker Shari Rogers, Former US Ambassador to the United Nations Andrew Young, and Sherry Frank, founder of Black Jewish Coalition of Atlanta.
DOCUMENTARY SCREENING AND TALK BACK
Sunday April 25, 7:00 PM ET Movie start, 8:30 PM ET Program
View the movie together on April 25 or watch it on your own between April 22–26.