Exploring how Latinx Jewish families in the Bay navigate their multicultural, multilingual, racial, and intersectional identities as they make educational and community-engagement choices for their children.
Exploring how older JoC age 50+ navigate intersectional identities at times of social and political unrest
Examining the historical factors shaping Jewish adoption of Asian children and the contemporary experiences and identities of Jewish Asian adoptees.
Using oral history methodology to examine the customs and practices of Jews of Color in the United States during pregnancy, birth, pregnancy loss, abortion, and postpartum.
Building better relationships between Ashkenazi Jews in Hawai’i and the Kānaka Maoli community, while confronting our complex relationships as Jews to the land, and by extension, our ideas of wealth and identity.
LUNAR: The Jewish Asian Film Project is providing individualized strategy and coaching work to support leadership transition
The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore is supporting their new JoC Engagement Fellow
Uri L'Tzedek is collaborating with Jewtina y. Co to bring JoC leaders together at a 4-day immersive leadership retreat and cohort experience