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It’s official! NCJW is thrilled to be a leader AND supporter of the Women's March on Washington on January 21.
Get all of the info you need on our involvement in the March here, read our statement here, and let us know here if you’re coming to DC or participating in a local march or event.
Inauguration is almost here. And, a new administration means a renewed commitment to pursuing justice – in other words, what NCJW does best. Convention 2017 is THE place to hone your advocacy work with an intergenerational, dynamic mix of fellow leaders and advocates, all in sunny Atlanta, GA!
Visit our convention website to register and to check out the latest info regarding speakers, workshops, and schedule. And be sure to register SOON – early bird prices are available until January 31, 2017!
Calling all activists ages 21-40: Apply for our Shaping the Future Fellowship for Convention! Deadline is January 18, 2017.
On day one in office, President-elect Trump has vowed to ask Congress to immediately repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) — meaning 55 million women could lose their healthcare.
NCJW will fight to protect the ACA – because we all deserve the ability to access care and make our own faith-informed decisions about our body, health, and family without risking other basic needs.
Say you’ll join us by giving today!
We all deserve to be able to care for our health, family and future, regardless of income, race or other factor. Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, more people can access care by getting covered in the health insurance marketplace — with financial help available to many.
Spread the word using NCJW’s #GetCovered Resources to help others get covered today!
Introducing You Be the Judge, a dynamic workshop on the federal court system. This program makes courts accessible and shows just how vital they really are.
An exceptional educational experience, hosting the You Be the Judge program will deepen civic engagement and strengthen advocacy efforts. Everything you need to plan a successful event is provided by NCJW!
For You Be the Judge materials or questions please contact Caroline Ostro, NCJW Judicial Nominations Campaign Organizer.