September 29, 2020
We are a group of 18 organizations committed to combating hate legislatively. Watch our Community of Conscience launch from November 10, 2020, here.
We find ourselves in a deeply divided and polarized America. Across the nation, hate crimes have been steadily rising, racial inequality has come to the forefront of the national and local conversation, immigrants have been defamed and disenfranchised, and many of our democratic ideals have been called into question. Our society is in need of a national and local effort to bring our diverse religious and ethnic groups together. The AJC Long Island Community of Conscience proclaims that the unifying promise of America must be advanced and upheld.
Chinese American Association of North Hempstead
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Lynbrook Stake
Guru Nanak Darbar Hicksville (Sikh)
Herricks Chinese Association
HMTC Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County
Housing Works, Inc.
India Association of Long Island, Inc.
Islamic Center of Long Island
Jewish Community Relations Council of Long Island
Korean American Association of Greater New York (KAAGNY)
Long Island Board of Rabbis
Long Island Center for Independent Living
Long Island Chinese American Association
Long Island NAACP
Suffolk Independent Living Organization