The Jews of Color Initiative’s mission is to advance racial equity in the U.S. Jewish community by centering the leadership of Jews of Color and ensuring that our communities and institutions reflect the multiracial reality of the Jewish people.
Beyond the Count: Perspectives and Lived Experiences of Jews of Color
This report uses survey and interview data of a complex fabric of JoC identities, lived experiences, and perspectives.Read More
Reflections, Wonders, and Hopes of Jewish Leaders of Color After the Launch of Beyond the Count
As the Jewish community continues to learn from and engage with Beyond the Count: Perspectives and Lived Experiences of Jews of Color, communal leaders are sharing their reflections, wonders, and hopes for what comes next.Read More
New York Hub Incubator FAQs
Have a project by and for Jews of Color with a presence or audience in New York City? Review our Frequently Asked Questions page for our New York Hub's Incubator, a program to develop and scale your project to its fullest potential. Accepting applications until January 21st! Apply now at bit.ly/NewYorkIncubatorRead More
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The five most essential teachings from Beyond the Count, our unprecedented research study on the perspectives and experiences of Jews of Color in the U.S.
This is a list of characteristics of white supremacy culture which show up in our organizations.
While inclusion efforts must be made to counteract the inequities that persist in our community, efforts that rely on tokenism will not heal our racial wounds.
In the aftermath of the recent shootings in Atlanta, our team members Riki Robinson and Gabi Kuhn share their thoughts in this article.