The Milwaukee Jewish Council for Community Relations

banner_mjccrFounded in 1938, the Milwaukee Jewish Council for Community Relations (MJCCR) advocates for the rights and values of Jews individually and collectively, here and abroad. The Council implements a coordinated program of education, action, and advocacy for the Jewish community.

The MJCCR board includes 27 organizational members representing Milwaukee area synagogues and Jewish organizations, an equal number of at-large members, past presidents of the Council, and board officers. The Council is a constituent agency of the Milwaukee Jewish Federation and is one of 117 Jewish community relations councils affiliated with the Jewish Council for Public Affairs . Areas for MJCCR programs and activities include:

  • Counteracting Anti-Semitism and Discrimination and Protecting Jewish Security
  • Building Support for Israel
  • Promoting Social and Economic Justice
  • Safeguarding Equal Rights and Opportunities
  • Advancing Intergroup Dialogue and Understanding
  • Strengthening Intra-Communal Relationships
  • Coordinating Advocacy Efforts
  • Resource Clearinghouse and Consultation

For additional information about the Council, select from the following links:

  • 1998-99 Program Highlights
  • Constituent member organizations
  • The MJCCR mission statement
  • MJCCR Programs
  • Support the MJCCR: Saul Sorrin Memorial Endowment Fund & Dr. Jacob and Etta Fine “Isaiah Fund”
  • How to reach us

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