Upcoming Events

JCRC Annual Meeting 2023

The Jewish Community Relations Council of the Milwaukee Jewish Federation invites you to its 2023 Annual Meeting.

Event Details:

Thursday, June 1
11:30 am – 1:30 PM

Ivy House
906 S. Barclay St., Milwaukee
Parking: free onsite

$40 Kosher-style luncheon.
Kosher meal is available on request.

RSVP by May 23 or contact Allison Hayden at AllisonH@MilwaukeeJewish.org or 414-390-5781.

Past Events

JCRC Town Hall Meeting on the State of Antisemitism in Wisconsin

Please join us for a town hall meeting on the state of antisemitism in Wisconsin. During the event, we will discuss:

  • 2022 Audit of Antisemitic incidents: 488% anticipated increase from 2015-2022
  • 7th consecutive year of elevated incidents
  • Noticeable trends
  • Community safety

Event Details:

Sunday, March 12 | 6 pm

Harry & Rose Samson Family JCC
Daniel M. Soref Community Hall
6255 N. Santa Monica Blvd., Whitefish Bay

Online registrations are now closed but you are welcome to register in person at the event on Sunday, March 12 at the Harry & Rose Samson Family JCC.

Questions? Contact Allison Hayden at AllisonH@MilwaukeeJewish.org or (414) 390-5781.

Project Shema – Part 2

Understanding the World’s Oldest Hate and how Antisemitism fits into DEI work.

Given the importance of creating truly inclusive spaces, the voices and concerns of the Jewish community must be incorporated as part of the broader conversations around DEI (Diversity, Equity, Inclusion) inside organizations. Join us to understand the lived realities, history, and challenges facing the Jewish people and how antisemitism has survived, thrived, and mutated over thousands of years.

Project Shema – Part 1

Many in the American Jewish community, including Jews on the political left, have grown concerned about the direction and intensity of the debate over Israel/Palestine in some progressive spaces. Some simply claim rampant antisemitism is to blame. Others place all the blame on Israel. The truth is obviously more complex. Join us to gain a better, nuanced understanding of the ideas that shape this potent political discourse and what it means for engagement around Israel and/or antisemitism.

Contact Allison Hayden at AllisonH@MilwaukeeJewish.org or (414) 390-5781 with any questions. 

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