NCOJW

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NCOJWNational Council of Jewish Women
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Louis Chapter of Americans United and was co-hosted by the National Council of Jewish Women and the Anti-Defamation League.
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Large numbers of Jewish women were involved in the National Council of Jewish Women, which was part of a coalition of liberal groups that opposed McCarthyism and racial discrimination.
Nevertheless, the Resettlement Service would undertake cooperative efforts with other Federation bureaus like the Jewish Social Service Bureau (JSSB), Child Placement Bureau, and the Jewish Community Center as well as with nonaffiliated groups like the National Council of Jewish Women.
In a move designed to focus on the future, increase membership and improve operating efficiency, The National Council of Jewish Women, New York Section, has sold its 15,250 square-foot townhouse at 9 East 69th Street in Manhattan.
Funding for the annual Hospice Community Forums is in part sponsored by the National Council of Jewish Women and The Montefiore Foundation.
Miriam Westheimer, from the National Council of Jewish Women, spoke about the Home Instruction Program for Preschool Youngsters (H.
According to a study by the National Council of Jewish Women, parent involvement in their children's schools needs to be improved.
Women like Cecilia Razovsky of the National Council of Jewish Women, who fought to get the United States to accept more Jewish refugees from fascist Europe, or Rose Jacobs of Hadassah, who fought to get them into Palestine, function in the narrative as they did in the politics of their own time, as surrogates for the slaughtered Jews of Europe.
Paula Draper has suggested that women from the older, anglophone, Jewish community may have founded in the National Council of Jewish Women an organization inspired by views similar to those of Christian feminists.
Louis for an event sponsored by the National Council of Jewish Women St.
Straus, brought greetings to the National Council of Jewish Women.
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