Community Happenings

Voice Your Support for the Holocaust Education and Antisemitism Lessons (HEAL) Act

On International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Rep. Josh Gottheimer introduced the Holocaust Education and Antisemitism Lessons Act, also known as the HEAL Act. This bill will commission a study on which schools currently offer or require education on the Holocaust. It will also assess the impact of Holocaust education programs. It’s vital that policymakers understand what gaps currently exist in Holocaust Education across the country so we can begin to address them, and ADL is proud to support the HEAL Act. To increase the likelihood of getting this bill to President Biden’s desk, we need as many congress people from both parties to sign on to sponsor here

March of the Living – Embrace the Past. Grasp the Future.

April 16 – 30, 2023
This once-in-a-lifetime experience for teens brings together thousands of Jewish teens from all over the world to Poland and Israel. Open to students in 11 & 12th grade (10th by advance permission) are eligible to participate; all applicants are carefully screened and interviewed.  All application materials must be submitted for consideration. Cost: $6,995. (This reflects a $350 built-in scholarship thanks to generous funding from the International March of the Living) The fee does not include domestic airfare. Domestic fees TBA.  Needs-based scholarships available. Information and applications can be found at Marcia Tatz Wollner (858) 395-3590. View Flyer

Summer and Beyond at APJCC

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