JFREJ

AcronymDefinition
JFREJJews for Racial and Economic Justice
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The JFREJ "seder in the streets" was one of many protests in the past year at which American Jews mobilized their own migration history in service of a pro-immigrant politics.
She was the first director of Jews for Racial and Economic Justice in New York City, and continues to be active with JFREJ and with Women In Black, working to end the Israeli occupation.
Andrew Stettner, executive director of Jews for Racial and Economic Justice, worked with Sharpton on police brutality issues, beginning with the Diallo protests, at which 125 JFREJ members were arrested.