We Are All Brooklyn Fellowship Against Hate Graduation

On June 6, 2024, the third cohort of We Are All Brooklyn Fellowship Against Hate celebrated its graduation. Throughout the course of six months, fellows explored ways to combat hate, discrimination and bias by participating in workshops, hearing from community organizers, and visiting educational sites in New York and Washington DC. These 16 graduates represent … Continue reading We Are All Brooklyn Fellowship Against Hate Graduation

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Our Mission

JCRC-NY builds relationships to advance the values, interests, and security of the Jewish community and to create a more interconnected New York for all.

Shared Society

Shared Society

JCRC-NY promotes a shared society by convening leaders from diverse communities in fellowships and incubating and participating in local community-based coalitions.

Public Policy

Public Policy

JCRC-NY maintains a dialogue between the Jewish community and governmental officials at the city, state and federal levels.

Community Security

Community Security

JCRC-NY ensures the security of the New York Jewish community in the face of rising antisemitism.

Jewish Communal Affairs

Jewish Communal Affairs

JCRC-NY convenes an inclusive communal table for diverse Jewish leadership to work together on a common agenda and celebrate Jewish heritage.

Israel and International Affairs

Israel and International Affairs

JCRC-NY fosters understanding and appreciation of Israel among diverse groups of New Yorkers through meaningful dialogue and first-hand experiences.

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JCRC-NY By the Numbers


member organizations in and around New York City

500 +

faith and ethnic groups work with JCRC-NY


Jewish institutions in security assessments

Over 40000

people march annually in New York’s Celebrate Israel Parade