Each year at Passover, Jews come together to tell the story of Exodus and celebrate our emancipation from bondage. For the past ten years, Jewish Community Action (JCA) has shared this tradition with our neighbors at the annual Immigrant Freedom Seder.
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From the Front Row: A Recap of the Supreme Court Argument Over the Voter ID Amendment, and Why It Matters
If photo ID does make it to the voters (possible) and then is passed (also possible), our ability to affect the decisions that impact our lives will be undermined.
“Photo ID” would make it hard or impossible for over 700,000 Minnesotans to vote. It affects all of us. Join Jewish Community Action to take a stand on this issue before the vote in November.
Don’t Miss JCA’s Immigrant Freedom Seder this Sunday. This year will highlight personal stories from people impacted by the marriage amendment and foreclosure crisis.
In order to defeat the amendment, we need EVERYONE who believes that marriage is a fundamental human right to come to the polls this November and vote NO. We need your help to get them there.
The future of home care is a top concern for our community. Submit a comment to include home care workers in minimum wage and overtime laws and bring those values to life.
The voter ID amendment lacks a legitimate purpose, is fundamentally unjust, and has no rightful place in our voting rules and policies, in our laws and regulations, and especially as an unholy blemish on our Constitution.
Join J-Pride for a potluck dinner featuring a speaker from Jewish Community Action, and discover ways to help defeat the proposed legislation
Drinks, dreidel, Chinese food, and an amazing lineup of live music and comedy. And really… What else are you doing that night? Waiting up for Santa? He’s not coming! Get your tush to the Jewbilee!
Help Jewish Community Action win $25,000 to support their foreclosure prevention work.
During an informal brainstorming session I asked, why not document the stories of Soviet Jews in Minnesota? A year later we have 25 hours of raw video footage and a 60-minute documentary premiering on June 8th.
Sukkot is the time of the year when Jews think about housing. Like the sukkah, housing is temporary, fragile and frightening for some of the members of our Jewish community, and our Minnesota community as a whole. But Minnesota residents facing foreclosure have a strong ally in the non-profit organization Jewish Community Action.
Jewish Community Action is asking you—the TC Jewfolk community—to send a New Year’s message to the new owners of the kosher meat plant in Postville, Iowa.