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JUDJ in POLITICO’s CA Playbook

From this morning's CA Playbook: -- “Broad-based L.A. Jewish coalition forms to respond to Trump actions,’’ by Eitan Arom, Jewish Journal: “A Los Angeles-based coalition of more than 1,800 self-identified Jews launched this week by releasing a statement that responds to executive actions on immigration and refugees and affirms a commitment to Jewish and American … Continue reading JUDJ in POLITICO’s CA Playbook

LOS ANGELES TIMES: L.A.-area Jewish leaders form coalition in response to Trump’s executive actions on immigration and refugees

Los Angeles-area Jewish leaders have started a coalition in response to President Trump's executive actions on immigration and refugees. More than 1,800 Jewish people — including L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti, City Atty. Mike Feuer and City Controller Ron Galperin — signed a statement calling for the creation of Jews United for Justice and Democracy. Click here to … Continue reading LOS ANGELES TIMES: L.A.-area Jewish leaders form coalition in response to Trump’s executive actions on immigration and refugees

JEWISH JOURNAL: Broad-based L.A. Jewish coalition forms to respond to Trump actions

A Los Angeles-based coalition of more than 1,800 self-identified Jews launched this week by releasing a statement that responds to executive actions on immigration and refugees and affirms a commitment to Jewish and American values. Click here to read more at JewishJournal.com “Frankly, I’ve never seen in my life in L.A. a coalition this broad, … Continue reading JEWISH JOURNAL: Broad-based L.A. Jewish coalition forms to respond to Trump actions

Los Angeles Jews announce new advocacy group 1800 strong

Jews United for Democracy and Justice (JUDJ), a broad-based coalition of Los Angeles's Jewish Community, today announced its formation in response to disruptive actions taken by the administration over the course of the last month. For a full list of signers, click here. The group's conveners include Dan Loeterman, David Myers, Janice Kamenir-Reznik, Shawn Landres, Rep. … Continue reading Los Angeles Jews announce new advocacy group 1800 strong