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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Advocacy Anywhere is American Jewish Committee’s digital platform that enables you to engage with AJC’s leading expertise, content, and advocacy from wherever you are. Whether you are 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 offers carefully curated content including timely briefings, programs, and hard-hitting AJC analysis, featuring global thinkers and policymakers.

We encourage you to visit this page regularly, as we introduce new webinars to keep you informed and engaged online.

Want access to additional exclusive conversations and high-level opportunities? Learn more about joining an AJC Donor Recognition Society.

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

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January 27, 2022
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Lest We Forget: Combating Holocaust Denial and Distortion

The United Nations General Assembly will soon adopt a historic resolution calling for action to combat Holocaust denial and distortion as antisemitism continues to surge globally. What further measures can the UN, governments, and social media companies take to combat Holocaust denial and distortion? How can they promote more effective Holocaust education and ensure that victims are never forgotten? On International Holocaust Remembrance Day, join Irwin Cotler, an acclaimed scholar, human rights advocate, and Canada's Special Envoy on Preserving Holocaust Remembrance and Combating Antisemitism, in conversation with Felice Gaer, Director of AJC's Jacob Blaustein Institute for the Advancement of Human Rights, to answer these questions and more.

Thursday, January 27
2:00 p.m. ET, 1:00 p.m. CT
12:00 p.m. MT, 11:00 a.m. PT

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February 17, 2022
A Life in the Trenches - An Oral History

Why American Jewish Committee?

David Harris’s advocacy journey may not have begun with American Jewish Committee (AJC), but AJC quickly became central to David’s life and purpose over the past four decades. What sets AJC apart from other Jewish organizations? How has AJC evolved since David joined its ranks? Join us to discuss these questions and more.

Thursday, February 17
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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