The Center for Jewish-Multicultural Affairs is an in-house initiative of the Jewish Federation of Greater New Orleans that contains all of the Federation’s external relations programs and directly reaches out to the wider community, both Jewish and non-Jewish. The Center will initially focus on four primary outreach areas:  African-American relations;  LGBTQ relations, through the existing Jewish Pride New Orleans (JP NOLA) program;  Latin-American relations; and  multi-faith relations.
The Center for Jewish-Multicultural Affairs is led by an Advisory Council co-chaired by Bradley Bain and Ina Davis. It was made possible by a generous gift from the Goldring Family Foundation.
For more information, please contact Mithun Kamath at firstname.lastname@example.org or 504-780-5608.
Shema: A Virtual Listening Session
with New Orleans Black Leadership
Did you miss our virtual listening session with local Black leadership? It's available to watch now! We are proud to share a recording of Monday night’s incredible event, which had over 400 people tuning in live via Zoom and Facebook.
We hope you have an opportunity to watch this extraordinary program and heed the call to action. The Center for Jewish-Multicultural Affairs is looking forward to working to turn our speakers' words into deeds.