Los Angeles African American Jewish Connection (LAAAJC)



Rabbi Randy Brown teaches about Passover at Holman Methodist Church



AJC & LAAAJC honor contribution of African American women during Civil Rights Movement

On Tuesday, December 13, 2011 AJC and LAAAJC hosted over 200 people at the Museum of Tolerance to honor the contribution of African American women during the Civil Rights movement. Guests viewed the “Freedom’s Sisters” exhibit and were treated to a film clip screening and panel discussion of “Wednesdays in Mississippi”. This documentary film project that tells the story of courageous black and white women who, in the Summers of 1964 and 1965, reached across the chasm of race, class, geography and religion to end segregation in the South and throughout America.


LAAAJC Kicked off theYouth Cultural Leadership Program (YCEP)

Camp Max Strauss, 2011

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Rekindling the Bond - Reflect, Respond, Renew

February 25th, 2011 was an inspiring night that brought together the African American and Jewish communities for 'Rekindling the Bond' - Reflect, Respond, Renew'

You can read more about the event here or read the report from the Jewish Journal.


AJC Leads Groundbreaking Mission to Birmingham and Atlanta

AJC led a delegation of Jewish and African American leaders from Los Angeles to commemorate the 40th Anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Abraham Society

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