AJC Cleveland Regional Office

Welcome to AJC Cleveland

AJC is the global advocate for the well-being of the Jewish people and Israel, and for the advancement of democratic values for all. Through the bridges we build, the understandings we develop, through quiet diplomacy and effective advocacy, AJC is helping to build a safer, more tolerant world for ourselves, our children, and generations to come.

For almost 70 years, AJC Cleveland has been a thought leader, providing a unique voice and perspective in Northeastern Ohio. While much of our advocacy takes place quietly and behind the scenes, its impact is wide-ranging and significant. AJC Cleveland tackles the most pressing issues of the day in a deliberate, diplomatic, and thoughtful manner – educating and influencing on the issues that we care most deeply about as Americans and Jews. In Cleveland and around the world, AJC is a global voice for a global era.

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European Body Bags

Kenneth BandlerHow many body bags must be filled with murdered Jews before European leaders grasp the enormity of the situation?



Eight Words from President Obama

David Harris"The Palestinians are not the easiest of partners," said President Obama. That is the heart of the issue, and has been for decades.?


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Contact Us

Lee C. Shapiro, Director
Michael Cantor, President
(216) 781-6035
Cleveland@ajc.org

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Upcoming Events

  • May 7
  • Join us for another First Thursday@the J with AJC Director of Russian Jewish Community Affairs, Sam Kliger.  Register here. 

  • June 4
  • Join us for our next First Thursday@the J.  Speaker TBD.

  • June 23
  • Join AJC Cleveland as we celebrate Judy Eigenfeld and Rick Maron at our 2015 Appeal for Human Relations.  For more information, contact us at Cleveland@ajc.org.
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