How to find your Jewish community in California
San Diego, Calif.
— Jews are not going anywhere.
They are here, but the majority of them have never been in the United States before.
And yet, for decades, many of them were a target of hatred and persecution by racist groups, who felt it was their job to convert Jews into their own community and assimilate them into American society.
For most of that time, they could barely believe it.
In the 1960s, anti-Semitism was rampant in many parts of the United Kingdom and in Europe.
There was the anti-Jewish riots in Paris and Madrid in 1968 that left hundreds dead.
There was a wave of anti-Semitic violence in Europe during the Second World War, including the assassination of the Hungarian ambassador to France.
There were numerous instances of anti-‘Jewish’ violence throughout the 1940s and 1950s.
It even led to the establishment of the Anti-Defamation League, an organization that today stands for anti-discrimination and promotes equality for all people, regardless of their race, religion, sexual orientation, ethnicity, or national origin.
The ADL was founded in 1948, and it was formed to provide the American Jewish community with a place to report anti-semitism and hate speech.
The Anti-Discrimination Act was passed in 1964, and in 1966, Congress passed the Civil Rights Act.
It was a landmark law that protected African Americans from discrimination in employment, housing, education and other areas.
It also gave equal rights to women, gay people and other minority groups, including to children of color.
Today, there are hundreds of organizations that provide assistance to Jewish and other non-Jewish communities, including organizations that help Jews find their way to the United Nations and the United Nation High Commissioner for Refugees.
But the ADL, with its mission to fight anti-Americanism and discrimination, was not always so active.
It was not an organization with a large budget, and its mission often was not to promote Jews.
In fact, ADL has had many funding cuts over the years, most recently when the federal government eliminated its office of international affairs.
It also did not have many volunteers in its offices, which had a number of vacancies.
In 2013, the ADLS’ board of directors decided to shut down its mission and, as a result, its website went down.
The organization was devastated by the loss of funding and lost the ability to do important work, such as its mission statement, which said it was a “voice for American Jews who feel excluded and under-represented in American society.”
And in the years since, many have felt the loss.
In 2017, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) announced a $50 million endowment, with a portion going to the Jewish community, which will help it continue its work.
AIPAC also announced it would provide the ADLA with $250,000 to continue to support the work.
But this was not enough to save the ADLE, and the ADLU was left to the mercy of the new administration, which decided to take over the ADLI and take it over from the ADCLA.
The American Israel Religious Action Center was the umbrella organization that helped keep the ADLY and ADLA afloat, and that is what the ADDL is today.
In many ways, it was like a big sister organization for the ADLC, ADLU and ADL.
It did some great things.
It did much more than we could ever have dreamed.
And it is a great source of strength for the Jewish people and a source of pride for our Jewish community.
But when the ADCL was created, the first thing that was created was a new organization, the International Association for the Advancement of Jewish Studies, or IASJS.IASJS was established in 1976, when the United Jewish Organizations of America (UJA), an umbrella group of over 100 U.S.-based Jewish organizations, including American Jewish groups, launched the American Council on Judaism.
At that time the Jewish communities in the U.K. and elsewhere had been very hesitant to join with the ADl, so they had been looking for a new place to work.
The ADL provided a place where they could do that.
The group did great work, but it was not what they had envisioned.
In 1978, when ADL’s board of trustees asked the Jewish Community Relations Council to be involved in its mission, they were told they were not welcome.
And so, in 1979, they created a new agency, the National Council of American Rabbis, or NCAR, to be the umbrella for all Jewish organizations in the country.
In 1984, the board of NCAR approved the creation of the Jewish Federation of America.
It is a federation of over 700 Jewish organizations across the country that, together, represent nearly 3 million Jews, who comprise a majority of American Jewry.
And in 1985, the group created the Jewish Committee for Social Justice, a body that will serve as a resource for