Where NCJW Stands

March 25, 2022: Faith Leader Sign On Letter in Support of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson. As faith leaders from many traditions, we all hold firmly to the values of freedom, human dignity, and equal justice under the law. That is why we call on the Senate to quickly confirm Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court of the United States.

March 16, 2022: NCJW and the undersigned organizations support and strongly urge amendment of SB 829 to make the vote by mail process accessible for voters with print disabilities for the June 28, 2022, Primary Election, and all subsequent elections. Click here for the letter.

February 25, 2022: NCJW CNS is proud to join 130+ faith based and civil rights orgs supporting the Women’s Health Protection Act ahead of next week’s vote! Read our letter here: https://bit.ly/3t5LLgB

February 15, 2022: National Task Force to End Sexual & Domestic Violence letter of support of the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act in the Senate.

February 8, 2022: Coalition on Human Needs FY2022 Omnibus Appropriations Sign-on Letter. Click here for the letter.

January 25, 2022: Interfaith Organization Letter in Support of Nancy Abudu to the Eleventh Circuit Court.

January 21, 2022: Letter from more than 225 organizations to say the time is now and pass the Women’s Health Protection Act (WHPA). Click here for the letter.

November 3, 2021: Letter from faith leaders in support of the PRO Act, which would empower workers to effectively exercise their freedom to organize and bargain. Click here for the letter.

September 30, 2021: Jewish org letter in support of Freedom to Vote Act. NCJW CNS urges the Senate to support and pass the Freedom to Vote Act. Click here for the letter.

September 30, 2021: Faith-Based Organizational Letter of Support for the Biden Administration policies on reproductive health, rights and justice and outlines the religious and moral values driving our advocacy. Click here for the draft of the letter

August 4, 2021: NCJW Chicago North Shore urges our elected officials to make the CTC expansions permanent and fully inclusive in this next legislative package.  You can find the letter, signed by over 700 state and local groups, and press release here.