Educate

about Judaism, Israel, the Holocaust,
and the challenges we face today

The JCRC builds relationships to fight antisemitism and bigotry; educate about Judaism, Israel, antisemitism, and the Holocaust; advocate for Jewish values and priorities; and safeguard our community.

Advocate

for the priorities and values
of the Jewish community

The JCRC builds relationships to fight antisemitism and bigotry; educate about Judaism, Israel, antisemitism, and the Holocaust; advocate for Jewish values and priorities; and safeguard our community.

Build

bridges across the Jewish
and broader communities

The JCRC builds relationships to fight antisemitism and bigotry; educate about Judaism, Israel, antisemitism, and the Holocaust; advocate for Jewish values and priorities; and safeguard our community.

Safeguard

our community and others
against physical and cyber threats

The JCRC builds relationships to fight antisemitism and bigotry; educate about Judaism, Israel, antisemitism, and the Holocaust; advocate for Jewish values and priorities; and safeguard our community.

Safeguarding the security and wellbeing of individuals and Jewish communal institutions.

As the public affairs voice of the Jewish community, the JCRC fights antisemitism and prejudice, advocates for Israel, provides Holocaust education, promotes tolerance and social justice, and builds bridges across the Jewish and broader communities.

Education | Advocacy | Security | Relationships

Since 1939, the JCRC has served the Jewish community of Minnesota. While the challenges we face are ever-changing , we continue to educate, advocate, safeguard, and build relationships on your behalf.

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Events

Cocoa and Candles: JCRC Hanukkah Celebration

Mon, Dec. 19 | 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM | Brookview Golf Course

Cocoa and Candles: JCRC Hanukkah Celebration

Mon, Dec. 19 | 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM | Brookview Golf Course

Nosh and shmooze with community members and elected officials at the JCRC Hanukkah Party

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News/Blog

JCRC expresses solidarity with Israel in wake of latest terror attack

JCRC expresses solidarity with Israel in wake of latest terror attack

The Jewish Community Relations Council of Minnesota and the Dakotas (JCRC), released the following statement: “We stand in solidarity with the people of Israel who were targeted in cowardly terror bombings earlier today at two crowded Jerusalem bus stations. Though ...

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JCRC expresses solidarity with Israel in wake of latest terror attack

The Jewish Community Relations Council of Minnesota and the Dakotas (JCRC), released the following statement: “We stand in solidarity with the people of Israel who were targeted in cowardly terror bombings earlier today at two crowded Jerusalem bus stations. Though ...

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Statement

JCRC statement on Israeli elections

JCRC statement on Israeli elections

Nov 6, 2022 | JCRC congratulates the Israeli people on holding a successful election and encourages the new government to resist the pull of extremism and to hold to its founding democratic principles. 

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JCRC statement on Israeli elections

Nov 6, 2022 | JCRC congratulates the Israeli people on holding a successful election and encourages the new government to resist the pull of extremism and to hold to its founding democratic principles. 

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Statement

JCRC Commentary in Minnesota Reformer

JCRC Commentary in Minnesota Reformer

Minnesota’s anti-BDS law prevents discrimination against Israeli citizens and businesses by Ethan Roberts and Sami Rahamim, Minnesota Reformer October 3, 2022 This guest commentary is a response to a recent Reformer article that argued the state should repeal a law that ...

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JCRC Commentary in Minnesota Reformer

Minnesota’s anti-BDS law prevents discrimination against Israeli citizens and businesses by Ethan Roberts and Sami Rahamim, Minnesota Reformer October 3, 2022 This guest commentary is a response to a recent Reformer article that argued the state should repeal a law that ...

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