NCSJNational Conference on Soviet Jewry
NCSJNature Conservation Society of Japan (Tokyo, Japan)
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Blumberg and Warshay to Friends of Soviet Jewry, Memorandum, April 8, 1970, folder 91, box 3, CCSA; Schacter to Conference Membership, "RE: Sending Greetings Cards to Soviet Synagogues," August 21, 1970, folder 6, box 1, NCSJ I-181.
Poland and Jews: A Current Appraisal," American Jewish Committee Foreign Affairs Department, March 29, 1968, folder 7, box 353, NCSJ I-181.
For AJCSJ files containing American Jewish Committee memoranda regarding the situation in Poland in 1968, see folder 7, box 353 NCSJ I-181.
Albert Chemin to Israel Miller, July I, 1968, folder 5, box 55, NCSJ I-181; Israel Miller to Richard M.
However," he adds, "the Council did sometimes develop activities that the NCSJ reformulated and adopted.
In 1973, the first issues discussed by the newly invigorated NCSJ were how to protest the "diploma tax," and whether to support the trade Amendment now in process before the Congress.
Accepted by government officials as representatives of the organized Jewish community, the NCSJ opened an office in Washington, D.
In the 1990's she was a delegate for the NCSJ to Human Rights conferences in Europe.
In the summer of 1986, NCSJ, CJF, and the National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council (NJCRAC) began planning a rally for a future Reagan-Gorbachev summit to be held in DC.