In Durham, Chapel Hill, and throughout Orange County, CJJ is actively engaged with living wage issues, racial and immigrant justice, voting rights, resisting White Nationalism and antisemitism, and being in community with one another. To get involved, please fill out this form! (And be sure to follow CJJ-Durham-Orange County on Facebook for more information and updates!)
CJJ-Triad is our newest chapter, and we're excited to be building a progressive Jewish voice in local struggles for racial and economic justice, and for a more just and compassionate North Carolina! Sign up here to let us know if you would like to learn more about getting involved!
Our CJJ-Wake County Chapter is currently focused on immigrant and refugee justice, police accountability, interfaith advocacy, and strategic resistance to antisemitism. To get involved, please fill out this form!
The Asheville area has a thriving local chapter! The chapter's steering committee meets monthly and supports the work of several subcommittees dedicated to racial justice, immigrant justice, economic justice, voting rights, and other local initiatives. To find out more and get involved, please contact Judy Leavitt or Frank Goldsmith, and be sure to follow CJJ-West on Facebook for more information and updates!
The CJJ-Greater Charlotte Chapter is actively involved in the local struggle for housing justice, immigrant and refugee justice, voting rights, and a variety of other local initiatives. To get involved, please contact Linda Levy.
CJJ's youth chapter was started in 2019 by teenage members of Judea Reform Congregation in Durham, motivated by the loss of a family member in the 2018 Tree of Life massacre. Their priorities include ending gun violence and immigrant justice. To learn more and get involved, please email [email protected] and follow us on Instagram!