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Join us for Leaders' Retreat: Women Leading Change



Spring is a beautiful time to be in our nation’s capital. Join NCJW leaders in May for a weekend of learning and networking at NCJW Leaders’ Retreat 2015. Our hands-on leadership training retreat gives YOU and all current and future leaders in your community the opportunity to boost your leadership skills to build and grow a successful NCJW section. Plus, we’ll be lobbying on the Hill, an incredible opportunity to share NCJW’s initiatives with legislators and put your skills into action!

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Watch this film, today!


Meet the survivors of the thriving sex trade in TRICKED, a documentary that explores an industry fueled by greed, fantasy, and the commercial sexual exploitation of youth.

NCJW, 3Generations, and First Run Features are partnering to offer this groundbreaking film for sale at a discount before it is available to the general public. NCJW will receive a portion of the proceeds of each film sale, as well as a portion of any other sales made through our special link.

Making Roe Real in Our Communities


Join us for this distance-learning call

Reproductive justice advocates will share key lessons from their work to advance abortion access and affordability in the context of reproductive justice.

You will have time to ask questions, share your own efforts, and connect with other advocates about this important social change work.

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Reproductive Justice -- Mainstreaming a Radical Vision


"Reproductive justice embraces the interrelationship of reproductive freedom, religious liberty, and equality, among other rights and freedoms, as vital to creating meaningful social change and justice for everyone."

Read more by NCJW CEO Nancy K. Kaufman in
Huffington Post.

NCJW Statement on Terror Attacks in Paris

NCJW CEO Nancy K. Kaufman and President Debbie Hoffmann express their solidarity with the French people, and horror and outrage at today’s acts of terrorism. We offer our deepest condolences to the families. These events underscore an unacceptable worldwide resurgence of anti-Semitism and violent acts against Jews and others. There is no place in a civil society for such brutal intimidation and violence. We mourn with all the people of Paris for the innocent victims of these attacks.

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