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   Social Action Agenda

 WINTER ISSUE 2004  SUBSCRIBE


JWI's Dolls for Democracy Wanted
For years, JWI hosted a marvelous program about prejudice awareness titled Dolls for Democracy.


New Toolkit Spurs Community Involvement
A powerful documentary film in which domestic abuse survivors, clergy members and a social worker share their experiences with domestic abuse in the Jewish community is the centerpiece of a new toolkit developed by Jewish Women International.


Call JWI for an Expert
On November 14 and 15, JWI Clearwater Chapter joined with the Tampa Board of Rabbis, the Pinellas County Board of Rabbis and Gulf Coast Jewish Family Services to present three programs about domestic abuse in the Jewish community.
Verizon Wireless Awards Grants to Library Initiative
The JWI Library Initiative has received grants from Verizon Wireless in Chicago and Cleveland.


Library Project Initiative Enters Phase Two
As 2005 winds down, the JWI National Library Project Initiative has placed children’s libraries in 13 domestic violence shelters throughout the United States, with many more in the works.


Spreading the Word About Healthy Relationships
The wave of interest in JWI's "When Push Comes to Shove...It's No Longer Love!"" healthy-relationships programming continues to grow.


Rosenblatt to Moderate Women to Watch Event

On December 12, JWI and Jewish Woman magazine will host the Women to Watch luncheon and symposium, our eighth annual celebration of 10 extraordinary Jewish women who are changing the face of contemporary life.


JWI Honored for Dating-Violence Prevention Activities
Amy Rubin, JWI national outreach manager in Chicago, and Jewish Women International have been honored by the Response Center, a program of the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago that serves adolescents and teens.


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