AJC New Jersey online programs with legislators, diplomats
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AJC New Jersey online programs with legislators, diplomats

AJC NEW JERSEY remains committed to vital advocacy work with “Advocacy Anywhere Powered by AJC New Jersey.” Advocacy Anywhere is a new platform that enables people to engage with AJC’s leading experts and advocacy opportunities from wherever they are with content specifically tailored to the interests of the N.J. Jewish community.

“Technology has brought world leaders and experts into my home,” said Lori Feldstein of Princeton, AJC Central New Jersey president. “The rich content, while always touching on the impact of Covid-19, brings a much-needed break from the 24-hour coronavirus news cycle and shows me how our work fighting anti-Semitism, advocating for Israel, and promoting democratic values here and across the globe goes on.”

On Monday, May 11, at 3 p.m., AJC New Jersey will host U.S. Rep. Andy Kim (D-Dist. 3) to discuss growing anti-Semitism and anti-Asian bias in the age of Covid-19 as part of the Garden State Against Hate series. Rabbi David Levy, director of AJC New Jersey, will engage Kim in a dialogue about what our elected officials have been doing to fight this alarming spread and what more can be done.

On Wednesday, May 13, at 3 p.m., the New Jersey Hindu-Jewish Coalition will partner with AJC New Jersey in hosting a diplomatic briefing with Sandeep Chakravorty, consul general of India in New York. The consul general will discuss India’s response to Covid-19, and how its ongoing relationship with Israel is impactful for Israel and New Jersey.

To register for Advocacy Anywhere programs and join the AJC New Jersey mailing list, please email newjersey@ajc.org. To learn more, visit ajc.org/advocacyanywhere.

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