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Brit Tzedek v'Shalom

Jewish Alliance for Justice and Peace

Chapter Activities

Northern New Jersey

Who We Are
To add your name to our Northern New Jersey chapter mailing list and for more information about our activities and committees, please e-mail us at chapter@btvshalom.org.


Upcoming Events

Past Events

SPONSORED BY N. NEW JERSEY BRIT TZEDEK V'SHALOM

August 9, 2006
House Meeting of Brit Tzedek v'Shalom Please join us for at 7:30 PM for a meeting at the home of Susan Thal to discuss the dilemma we find ourselves in, as Brit Tzedek members, in this terrible time. We invite anyone who wants to join us to discuss what we can do as Jews who are seeking a voice for peace. Brit Tzedek shares the concern of the larger Jewish American community for Israel's safety and security, and believes that U.S. action to rapidly broker a cease-fire is crucial for the well-being of all civilian populations in the region that are affected by the current crisis.

Before the meeting it could be useful for people to go the Brit Tzedek resources page and read over some of the materials we have posted there. Please RSVP to Carinne Luck and for more information or directions, please email Barbra Apfelbaum.


October 30, 2005
The New Jersey Chapter of Brit Tzedek v'Shalom had an annual chapter meeting to kick-off the New Year! Come meet new people and catch up with old friends.

We are very fortunate that Carinne Luck, Brit Tzedek's National Chapter coordinator, is based in NYC. She'll be joining us to help get our chapter off to a great start this year. Come hear about how we, as American Jews, can work together to promote a negotiated settlement to end the Israel-Palestinian conflict.

September 18, 2005
Carinne Luck, Chapter Organizer, joined the Northern New Jersey chapter for the first post-summer meeting to help strategize for the coming months of chapter activity.

October 24, 2004
Brit Tzedek Advocacy and Public Policy Chair Steve Masters.

October 22, 2004
Brit Tzedek Advocacy and Public Policy Chair Steve Masters.

October 21, 2004
"Common Misconceptions: The American Jewish Vote and Israel"
A panel discussion with speakers: Steve Masters, Stephen P. Cohen, President of the Institute for Middle East Peace and Development and Mark Seal, Chief Operating Office of the American Jewish Congress. Read press coverage.
For more information, send an email.

August 14, 2004
Brit Tzedek Advocacy and Public Policy Chair Steve Masters spoke at Congregation Bnai Keshet, 99 S. Fullerton Avenue, Montclair. 7:30pm.

August 13, 2004
Brit Tzedek Advocacy and Public Policy Chair Steve Masters spoke at a Central NJ Mensa Chapter meeting, Somerset Marriot Hotel, 110 Davidson Avenue, Somerset. 8:30pm.

February 28, 2004
"Getting to Peace Between the Israelis and Palestinians", an inside look at the Geneva Accord and the Israeli Peace Movement with Nobel Peace Prize Nominee Gila Svirsky and Brit Tzedek Board Member Steve Masters.
Rutgers Labor Education Center
Ryders Lane, New Brunswick, 8 PM.
Co-sponsored by the I.L. Peretz Secular Jewish Community.
For more information (732) 545-9691 or info@ilperetz or www.ilperetz.org
[Click here] for Event Flyer

Local Press Coverage
  • New Jersey Jewish News - Metrowest
    October 28, 2004
    By Ron Kaplan and Johanna Ginsberg
    Activists Urge Candidates to Increase U.S. Involvement in Peace Process
    In separate area appearances, supporters of an Israeli-Palestinian peace process warned that Israels situation will deteriorate unless the winner of next weeks presidential election pledges a more active American engagement in the process.
    [read more]

  • The Jewish State
    February 20, 2004
    By Norm Oshrin
    Israeli Peace Activists Will Discuss Recent Geneva Accord Why isn't the world paying more attention and embracing the "Geneva accord?" That question puzzles Middles East peace activists in Israel andthe U.S. and will be further spotlighted on Feb. 28 at a program by the I.L. Peretz Secular Jewish Community.
    [read more]
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