The Center for Shared Society works with grassroots coalitions of neighborhood Jewish communal organizations and other ethnic, civic and religious groups throughout the New York eight-county metropolitan area. The collaborations focus on such issues as: criminal justice reform; the provision of health care to all groups in a community in a culturally appropriate manner; issues of aging populations and neighborhood transitions; special outreach assistance programs for recent immigrants; and integration emigres into communities.
For more information, contact Deputy Director Karen Lafferty
New York Jewish Coalition for Criminal Justice Reform brings together a diversity of Jewish organizations to collaborate on criminal justice reform work while creating dialogue and partnership both within the Jewish community and with other communities in New York City.
The Interfaith United – NYC convenes interfaith and faith-based initiatives to share and strengthen their mission, areas of focus, and efforts to serve their community, now and in the future.
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The Brooklyn Healthcare Disparities addresses the long-term impact of disparities in the health care system and develops a matrix of multi-stakeholder responses, actions, and arenas for advocacy where members of this effort can partner and strategically address this historical and systemic inequity.