Honoring the Activist of the year
JCRC/AJC will host its Annual Meeting on Monday, May 6 at 7 p.m. The evening’s guest speaker, Yael Aronoff, will discuss the April 9 Israeli elections. Aronoff is the Director of the Michael and Elaine Serling Institute for Jewish Studies and Modern Israel and the Michael and Elaine and Friends Chair of Israel Studies at […]
Prior to the beginning of Passover, JCRC/AJC invites metropolitan Detroit-based Consul Generals and Honorary Consuls to attend its Diplomatic Interfaith Seder. Hosted annually at a local congregation, the Seder not only provides diplomats with the opportunity to learn about the story of Passover and Seder traditions, but also gives all in attendance the opportunity to explore tolerance through a historical lens.
A Shared Future is a three-part series between Wayne State University Professors Howard Lupovitch and Saeed Khan which explores different topics each year. The examination of issues, concerns and histories connecting the Jewish and Muslim communities is presented by JCRC/AJC and the Michigan Muslim Community Council.
This annual day of volunteerism on Christmas Day brings together several hundred individuals to perform meaningful acts of community service. At dozens of sites throughout metropolitan Detroit, including at shelters, nursing facilities and meal delivery services, volunteers do the work of staff, who can then spend the holiday with their family.
Join Jewish Community Relations Council/AJC (JCRC/AJC) as we welcome Gil Hoffman, chief political correspondent and analyst for The Jerusalem Post, as he discusses if there is a growing gap between American and Israeli Jews and, if there is, what is the cause of it. This event is co-sponsored by Temple Emanu-El and The Well.
The community is invited to hear about key policy issues from general election candidates ahead of the November 7 election. Congressional Districts 9 and 11, as well as the gubernatorial race, will be addressed.