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Ameinu

Ameinu is Hebrew for "Our People". Ameinu is committed to peace, social justice and the centrality of Israel for the Jewish People.

Ameinu is an

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References

  • Official website
  • Facebook Group

External links

Ameinu is a member of a number of the umbrella organizations including the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, American Zionist Movement, Inter-Agency Task Force on Israeli Arab Issues, and the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC). Ameinu is the United States affiliate of the World Labor Zionist Movement and cooperates actively with its sister organization, Ameinu Australia

National and International Associations

Ameinu provides funding for Habonim Dror North America, a Zionist youth movement. Ameinu co-founded the Union of Progressive Zionists student organization and provides funding for its activities as well.

Youth and student affiliates

Ameinu advocates within the American Jewish community around a variety of issues. In the past, Ameinu has taken positions in support of

Advocacy

Ameinu has established strategic partnerships with Israeli organizations to foster a deeper connection between economic development and cooperation between Arabs and Jews living inside Israel as well as between Israelis and Palestinians. Yedid: The Association for Community Empowerment, operates self-empowerment centers in towns and small cities throughout Israel that serve the weakest elements of Israeli society.

Strategic Israeli partners

The organization's tagline is "Liberal Values: Progressive Israel," expressing Ameinu's progressive orientation and engagement with political and grassroots activists in Israel and the United States. Through its website, electronic newsletter, print publications, and local programming, Ameinu educates around issues of Middle East peace, environmental concerns, Jewish-Arab relations, the social gap in Israel and America, and more. In addition, the organization sponsors educational missions to Israel.

Activities

Contents

  • Activities 1
  • Strategic Israeli partners 2
  • Advocacy 3
  • Youth and student affiliates 4
  • National and International Associations 5
  • External links 6
  • References 7

Ameinu is headquartered in New York City and is governed by an elected national board which is led by its president, Kenneth Bob. Local activity is carried out through its chapters in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Detroit, St. Louis, Washington, D.C., the San Francisco Bay Area, and Philadelphia.

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