American Jewish Community

Recent Updates
  • DNC Inaugural Newsletter

    Democrats are fighting for small business owners. In this newsleter, see how the Affordable Care Act is helping small businesses; see the Chair's invite to small business owners to join the DNC council and get the list of the18 different tax cuts and credits from the Obama Administration.

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  • The special bond of friendship between the United States and Israel grows stronger

    The United States and Israel share a special relationship that has grown deeper and stronger throughout the past six decades. As we celebrate Yom Ha’atzmaut with Israelis and Jews around the world, we can be proud that President Obama is committed to the security of the Jewish State and a U.S.-Israel relationship that is stronger and more important than ever.

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  • Yom HaShoah

    Today, on Yom HaShoah, we remember the millions who suffered and were sent to their deaths at the hands of the Nazis during the Holocaust. On Monday, President Obama will speak from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum about the United States’ pledge of never again.

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  • The Voting Rights Passover Seder

    This Wednesday night, more than 85 members of the American Jewish and African American communities crowded the DNC for the first Voting Rights Passover Seder. The seder, inspired by the Passover celebration of the Jewish people's liberation from slavery in Egypt, brought together the two communities for a discussion of voting rights and how to get President Obama re-elected for four more years.

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American Jewish Community
Recent Action
White House hosted more than 100 members of the Jewish Social Justice Roundtable
July 29, 2011
The Roundtable is a collaboration of 20 organizations working to elevate the role of social justice in the Jewish community and to affect societal change that cuts across lines of race and faith.
Unprecedented financial commitment to Israel’s security
March 23, 2011
Under the Obama administration, Israel continues to be the leading beneficiary of U.S. security assistance funds from the Foreign Military Finance Program, sending Israel the largest-ever security assistance in 2011.