On March 14, AJC Cleveland hosted our 10th annual Global Leadership Seder at B'nai Jeshurun Congregation.  Rabbi Weiss lead us all through the traditional seder liturgy, while speakers from different backgrounds explored what freedom meant to them. 



In May, we celebrated Keith Libman, an outstanding community leader, at our annual Appeal for Human Relations Distinguished Leadership Award Reception in the Atrium at the Cleveland Museum of Art.  Aaron David Miller, Vice President & Distinguished Scholar, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, was our keynote speaker. 



Our Cultural Links Golf Outing is a summer favorite!  We had a fabulous day of sunshine, golf, and bridge building at Fowler's Mill Golf Course.  Proceeds from the event go toward our Cultural Links Bridge Building Fund, which supports programming and events like our signature Global Leadership Seder.  Through relationship building and dialogue, we learn more about ourselves, one another and Cleveland's diverse community.



AJC Cleveland was honored to be involved in the planning of Cleveland's commemoration of The March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.  AJC was in Washington DC 50 years ago at the original march, and we are proud to be here in Cleveland, marching in solidarity, today.