American Jewish Committee
Contact: Brian Lipton
Founded nationally in 1906, AJC is America's oldest human rights organization.AJC recognizes that the rights of the Jews can only be protected by ensuringthat the rights of all ethnic and religious minorities are protected. Byserving as a bridge building agency, AJC strives to combat bigotry, anti-Semitism,racism and ignorance. Through its programming in the areas of inter-group,inter-faith and interracial relations, AJC builds relationships based onthe premise that diversity strengthens and adds enrichment to our world.AJC also serves as a research and trend identification agency through its many publications, including The American Jewish Yearbook.