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JFNA praises Congress for continuing the Nonprofit Security Grant Program

Today, Congress passed “Securing American Nonprofit Organizations Against Terrorism Act of 2019” (HR 2476), which strengthens and adds greater certainty to federal support for security and preparedness investments at faith-based and other at-risk nonprofit institutions by ensuring the co…

The Wexner Foundation announces Class 4 of Field Fellows

Several Federation professionals are among the latest recipients of a prestigious fellowship. Read more.

IAN applauds defeat of anti-Israel resolutions at recent academic meeting

Federation's Israel Action Network applauds the the American Historical Association (AHA), a society of historians and professors of history in the United States, for defeating two anti-Israel resolutions at their annual meeting in New York on Sunday, deeming the resolutions unfair or dispro…

4 ways New York’s government is trying to fight rising anti-Semitism

After this past weekend’s rousing march to protest rising anti-Semitism in New York — where Jews have been shot, stabbed, assaulted and harassed over the past year — two big questions still loom large. What is causing all of this? And what are officials doing about it? Read more.

Homeland Security chief orders review of protections for religious groups

Acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf has ordered the agency to address several internal recommendations for preventing violence targeting religious communities, marking the start of a long-sought shift, it appears, in the federal government’s response to a rise in such crimes. Read more.

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