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Congress approved the more expansive version of an extension of the Violence Against Women Act with new protections for undocumented immigrants, the LGBT community and Native American women that an array of Jewish groups had backed, including Bend the Arc.
Congress approved an extension of the Violence Against Women Act backed by an array of Jewish groups, including Bend the Arc.
Senior Director of Leadership Initiatives and Rabbi-in-Residence, Jason Kimelman-Block, takes a pop quiz from the Rockwood Leadership Institute, one of the partners behind the Selah Leadership Program.
At Bend the Arc: A Jewish Partnership for Justice, we are the heirs to these prophetic voices and to thousands of years of Jewish commitment to justice and equality. Today, our continued struggle for justice and equality demands that we speak out on behalf of a just immigration system that includes equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Americans and their families.
Bend the Arc, a leading Jewish social justice organization, has submitted testimony to the House Judiciary Committee, expressing the need for a just and equitable immigration system that includes equal rights for gay and lesbians Americans and aspiring Americans and their families.