Advocacy Anywhere, Powered by AJC

We are pleased to present Advocacy Anywhere, Powered by AJC, a new platform that will enable you to engage with AJC’s leading expertise, content, and advocacy opportunities from wherever you are, using cutting-edge technology.

We will be offering you carefully curated content including exclusive video and phone briefings featuring leading figures, audio segments on the issues of the day, hard-hitting AJC analysis, and ways you can take action from your computer, tablet, or smartphone.

Whether you are quarantined, working or studying from home, or simply looking for a chance to delve into the issues that matter most to you and to our community, Advocacy Anywhere will connect you to the top-notch content and opportunities you have come to expect from AJC.

We encourage you to visit this page regularly, as we upload new programs and fresh content to keep you informed and engaged during this challenging period.

Thank you for connecting with us and being a part of AJC’s advocacy community.

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We are pleased to present Advocacy Anywhere, Powered by AJC, a new platform that will enable you to engage with AJC’s leading expertise, content, and advocacy opportunities from wherever you are, using cutting-edge technology.

We will be offering you carefully curated content including exclusive video and phone briefings featuring leading figures, audio segments on the issues of the day, hard-hitting AJC analysis, and ways you can take action from your computer, tablet, or smartphone.

Whether you are quarantined, working or studying from home, or simply looking for a chance to delve into the issues that matter most to you and to our community, Advocacy Anywhere will connect you to the top-notch content and opportunities you have come to expect from AJC.

We encourage you to visit this page regularly, as we upload new programs and fresh content to keep you informed and engaged during this challenging period.

Thank you for connecting with us and being a part of AJC’s advocacy community.

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October 28, 2021
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The State of Antisemitism in America

On October 27, 2018, America and the world recoiled in horror as 11 Jews were murdered at prayer during Shabbat services inside the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh – the deadliest antisemitic attack in our nation’s history. In the three years since, American Jews have been subjected to a wave of antisemitic attacks, including during the conflict between Israel and Hamas this past May. What are the sources of Jew-hatred in the United States in 2021? How do American Jews perceive and experience antisemitism? And what does the broader American public think? To answer these important questions and many others, join American Jewish Committee (AJC) for a hard-hitting discussion on the state of antisemitism in the United States today, with AJC Managing Director of Public Affairs Avi Mayer and U.S. Director for Combating Antisemitism Holly Huffnagle, in conversation with Chief Field Operations Officer Melanie Maron Pell.

Thursday, October 28
2:00 p.m. ET, 1:00 p.m. CT,
12:00 p.m. MT, 11:00 a.m. PT

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November 4, 2021
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What is Polish History?

Despite their difficult history, Poles and Jews continue to need each other in the field of historical memory. Although thousands of non-Jewish Poles are committed to dialogue and fostering better relations with Poland’s Jewish community, there remain deep concerns about historical memory and surging antisemitism, raising questions about the country’s Jewish future. How can Poland continue to support its Jewish community and be accountable for its own history? Join American Jewish Committee (AJC) and Tablet Magazine for an important discussion on what shapes the Polish narrative.   

Thursday, November 4
12:00 p.m. ET, 11:00 a.m. CT,
10:00 a.m. MT, 9:00 a.m. PT

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November 18, 2021
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Is France Being Torn Apart?

Over the last 20 years, France has seen not only rising antisemitism, Islamism, and challenges of integrating significant parts of its Muslim population, but also growing political polarization, all of which have tested the strength of France's Republican model. Join American Jewish Committee (AJC) and Tablet Magazine for an in-depth conversation exploring nuances of French society and the challenges that it faces in a changing world.

Thursday, November 18
12:00 p.m. ET, 11:00 a.m. CT,
10:00 a.m. MT, 9:00 a.m. PT

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December 7, 2021
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Did German History End with the Holocaust?

At the conclusion of the Holocaust and World War II, the German Federal Republic adopted the slogan “Never Again,” the obligation to fight antisemitism in all its forms, as well as the commitment to fight for and defend the existence of the Jewish state. These cornerstones of German policy still exist today, but after more than 70 years, they are increasingly under a spotlight. What does the rise of antisemitism and extremism mean for the Jewish community in Germany? And what does Germany’s growing political and economic weight in the 21st century mean for German history? Join American Jewish Committee (AJC) and Tablet Magazine as they answer this question and more.

Tuesday, December 7
12:00 p.m. ET, 11:00 a.m. CT,
10:00 a.m. MT, 9:00 a.m. PT

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Where’s the Outrage? The Normalization of Antisemitism
May 6, 2021

From neo-Nazis marching in the U.S. to horrific jihadist attacks on European soil, antisemitism persists. One element, though, seems to be missing in the response: outrage. Will there be sustained attention by national leaders? Public rallies against antisemitism? Solidarity from partners? Appropriate legal responses? AJC CEO David Harris, one of the Jewish world’s leading experts on global trends, examines the dangers of what he has called “the growing normalization of antisemitism.”

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