Jewish Community Relations Council
Help give voice to the voiceless, stand up for social justice, advocate for Israel and raise awareness about today's most pressing issues. The Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation offers many exciting opportunities for you to do so. In fact, every aspect of our name speaks volumes about our commitment:
Through grassroots advocacy, the JCRC of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation promotes public policy that reflects Jewish and universal values of social justice. Based on the Jewish belief in tikkun olam – repairing the world – the JCRC takes an active role in public affairs in the effort to build a more just society.
The JCRC is committed to the values of Jewish tradition and the democratic heritage of the United States of America. We pursue social justice, develop leaders and are a conduit to political participation and effecting change in the Jewish and general communities.
The JCRC serves as the instrument through which the organized Jewish community can explore and develop policies on issues affecting the community. We interpret those issues to the Jewish community and advocate for representatives of other community organizations, to government officials and to the media.
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The JCRC was established in 1973 as the public affairs and advocacy arm of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. We are composed of members-at-large selected from the community as well as representatives from constituent Jewish community relations organizations, Federation Partner Agencies and various entities within Federation.
For further information, contact us at CommunityRelations@JewishMiami.org or 786.866.8486.