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JEWISH COMMUNITY RELATIONS COUNCIL

The Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) builds bridges of understanding and communication within our Jewish community and beyond to the general community.  

Whether advocating for Jewish students, teachers and staff with Wake County Public Schools, meeting with government officials, exploring interfaith initiatives, or strengthening ties to Israel, JCRC represents the interests of our Jewish community everyday.

JCRC works with local media to maintain fair and accurate coverage of issues relating to Israel and the Middle East, and other topics of interest to the local Jewish community, and works with local and state law enforcement officials to review and coordinate security plans for local Jewish facilities.

With collaboration from the Jewish Council for Policy Affairs (JCPA), Israel’s Consul General for the Southeastern US, The Israel Action Network, the Israel Task Force, Voice for Israel, the North Carolina General Assembly, the North Carolina Department of Public Safety, the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, the North Carolina Attorney General, the Anti-Defamation League, and our sister NC Jewish Federations, the JCRC informs and educates city, county, and state government officials regarding issues of interest to the Jewish community. 

For more information contact Carin Savel or JCRC@shalomraleigh.org

 Doron Ezickson, Washington , DC Regional Director for the ADL, discusses the rise in hate in America and what communities can do about it.

Doron Ezickson, Washington , DC Regional Director for the ADL, discusses the rise in hate in America and what communities can do about it.

 Israel Action Network Deputy Director, Stephanie Hausner, talks about the US-Israeli relations and our youth communities.

Israel Action Network Deputy Director, Stephanie Hausner, talks about the US-Israeli relations and our youth communities.

 JCRC members Beth Wolfe and Sarah Fuerst join Voice 4 Israel founder, Mike Ross, at the North Carolina General Assembly to honor Israel's 70th.

JCRC members Beth Wolfe and Sarah Fuerst join Voice 4 Israel founder, Mike Ross, at the North Carolina General Assembly to honor Israel's 70th.


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If you, your family, your friends or colleagues are a victim of anti-Semitism, anti-Israel, or any other form of hate or prejudice, the JCRC can help. Please use this form to tell us what's going on.

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