Carolina Jews for Justice (CJJ) is a Jewish, grassroots network committed to creating a just, fair and compassionate North Carolina. CJJ combines advocacy and education to organize a non-partisan Jewish voice in North Carolina. They work to influence policy at the local and state levels and encourage individuals and Jewish institutions to take a stand on important issues in our community. CJJ was founded in 2013 and became an affiliate of Bend the Arc in 2014.
Founded in 1995, Jewish Community Action (JCA) organizes Jewish Minnesotans to act together for social change. With a unique model that combines traditional congregational-based community organizing with issue-based campaign work, they engage their community and bring a distinctly Jewish voice to the fight for justice. JCA became an affiliate of Bend the Arc in 2012.
Founded in 2003, JSPAN is based in Philadelphia and focuses on domestic social policy issues. JSPAN invites everyone with a passion for progress in human events and a commitment to Jewish principles of justice to join them in working for a better world. JSPAN became an affiliate of Bend the Arc in 2014.
Jews United for Justice (JUFJ) was created in April, 1998, by a small group of Jews in the greater Washington, DC area. Drawing on a tradition of Jewish commitment to justice and the talents and dedication of our leaders, JUFJ is a grassroots community that seeks to repair the world by concentrating on issues of local concern. JUFJ became an affiliate of Bend the Arc in 2012.
The Jewish Alliance for Law and Social Action (JALSA) is a member-based organization in Boston and Western Massachusetts, inspired by Jewish teachings and values, dedicated to being a strong, progressive, inter-generational voice for social and economic justice, civil rights, and constitutional liberties. JALSA was established in 2001 and became an affiliate of Bend the Arc in 2017.
Bend the Arc is proud to be a founding member of the Jewish Social Justice Roundtable, a network of 52 Jewish organizations working to elevate social justice to the center of Jewish life and to advance an explicitly Jewish framework in the pursuit of social justice.