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NCJW Greater New Orleans is pleased to be participating in the
New Orleans Community Wide Online Giving Day
May 6, 2014
in conjunction with Greater New Orleans Foundation
To see our donor profile,
enter here




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Announcing our new Advocacy Newsletter!
To view the most recent edition,
Click here

For previous issues, please see our advocacy page

Thank you to Education VP Michelle Erenberg for her work developing this newsletter.
To receive the newsletter by email, please contact Michelle at
(504) 451-8489
merenberg21@gmail.com

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Save the date!

Sunday, June 8, 2014

An Evening in the English Countryside with NCJW

Our annual fund raiser 

to be held at English Turn

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Congratulations to New Orleans Section members

Ina Weber Davis and Sue Tilis 

on their recent election to the national

2014-17 NCJW, Inc. Board of Directors

We are so proud to have them represent us.

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Last month Sisters Chaverot in partnership with NCJW

presented

with

Guest Speakers

Gina B. Womack, Executive Director,

Families and Friends of Louisiana's Incarcerated Children (FFLIC)

&

Dana Kaplan, Executive Director  

Juvenile Justice Project of Louisiana (JJPL)


Thank you to all participants for this excellent program



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WHY COURTS MATTER:

Creating a Diverse and Representative Judiciary

was held

TUESDAY  MARCH 11

FEATURING SPEAKERS:

ELLEN BUCHMAN
• Vice President, The Leadership Conference on Human & Civil Rights, Wash., DC

TERRY O’NEILL
• President, National Organization for Women (NOW)
• President, NOW Foundation
• Chair, NOW Political Action Committees

SALLY J. KENNEY
• Executive Director, Newcomb
College Institute
• Newcomb College Endowed Chair
• Professor of Political Science

Moderated by
MARÍA PABÓN LÓPEZ,
Dean of Loyola College of Law

SPONSORS: National Council of Jewish Women • Planned Parenthood • Louisiana Progress • National Organization for Women • Tulane Law Students for Reproductive Justice • New Orleans Abortion Fund • Forum for
Equality • Newcomb College Institute • Loyola College of Law • Tulane Law School • Independent Women’s Organization
American Association of University Women (Greater New Orleans) • League of Women Voters (Louisiana and New Orleans Chapters) • African American Minsters Counsel

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The Perspectives on Faith and Choice Forum

brings faith leaders in our community, including Rabbi Ed Cohn, together to discuss the intersection of faith and choice.

The event will be co-sponsored with Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast, the Louisiana Women’s Roundtable 

and Tulane’s Law Students for Reproductive Justice.

Official invitation and more information on the program will be sent soon.

Michelle Erenberg

VP Education

(504) 451-8489 merenberg21@gmail.com


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Congratulations
Scott and Marjorie Cowen
 recipients of the
 2014 Hannah G. Solomon Award

Thank you to
Shellye Farber
Chair, Hannah G. Solomon Award Committee
and the committee for their hard work on a lovely event.

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Federal court decisions impact every aspect of our lives: 

the schools we can attend; our privacy; our ability to marry whom we choose, 

and start a family when we choose; the safety of the products we buy; 

our religious freedom; voting rights...


 Why Courts Matter 

EVENT POSTPONED DUE TO WEATHER

Stay tuned for rescheduled date


For details about this event, please open flyer here

or contact Ina Davis
NCJW State Policy Advocacy Chair, Louisiana
inanew@me.com

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Click here to see our January 2014 Bulletin


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NCJW's 2013-14 Directory has been published!
Please support our advertisers
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NCJW General Membership Meeting
 Thank you to

Sally Main, Director and Curator of the
Newcomb Art Gallery
 for her informative presentation
on Newcomb Pottery

and its influence on Women’s Rights


and to the docents who helped guide us through the exhibit.


                   

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NCJW  Office Hours 

The new schedule for the NCJW office is Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. The hours will remain the same - 8am to 3:30pm. ***Please jot yourself a note about the change!***
If you need to drop off something small that will slip under the door, you may do that at any time that the building is open, 8am to 5pm Monday through Friday.
  

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If you  would like to make a donation to NCJW online 

through paypal please click donate below, 

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NCJW volunteered in the Off the Field program for " Safe Teens " at the

New Orleans Family Justice Center 

before the Superbowl. Off the Field is the association of NFL Football Wives. 

New Orleans Family Justice Center is a community service partner of our NCJW Section

Representing NCJW is  Sue Jernigan, June Leopold and Myra Krassenstein,

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NCJW Joins with  Louisiana Women's Round-table

NCJW is thrilled to be working with a diverse network of non-profit organizations named Louisiana Women's Round-table. This group is coordinating to present discussion forum's to the public on policy issues that impact the lives of women and families. On February 19th we hosted our first in our round-table series, What Matters to Women, Matters to America. Moderated by Sally J. Kenney, Executive Director of Newcomb College Institute, the panel engaged the audience in a critical discussion about how public policies intersect in a way that could have a long-lasting impact women's futures. We would like to thank Sally Kenney, Tania Tetlow, Marjorie Esman, Karissa Haugeberg, and Beth Willinger for participating in this discussion and our co-sponsors for making this a wonderful event.

We will host another panel in the Fall, so keep an eye on your newsletters for more information.

Louisiana Women's Round-table is a strong coalition of organizations including: American Association of University Women-New Orleans Branch, American Civil Liberties Union - Louisiana, Independent Women's Organization, Institute of Women and Ethnic Studies, League of Women Voters New Orleans, Louisiana Progress, National Council of Jewish Women, Greater New Orleans Section, National Organization for Women of New Orleans, and Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast


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https://register.rockthevote.com/registrants/new?partner=8875&source=embed-rtv200x165v1
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Thank you for your commitment to women, children, and families,

The new 2011-14 NCJW Resolutions, approved at the NCJW Inc. Convention in March, are now available.

Please click here to see them

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  VOTING INFORMATION
 Click here to find your voting poll location and sample ballot for your address.

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Now is the time to step up to volunteer! Bring a friend, ask someone new, bring your mother, daughter, neighbor or newcomer.

Let's rally the troops and spread the good feelings and good times!