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As a Jewish organization with a secular world view, the Congress of Secular Jewish Organizations stresses the historic, cultural, and ethical aspects of our Jewishness in an effort to create identity that is relevant to contemporary life and committed to justice, peace, and community responsibility. Although the Jews are a world people, with a multitude of views and beliefs, we hold that it is not only possible but also essential for Jewish survival that Jews with all different world views work together in Jewish community programs of mutual interest.
Workmen’s Circle/Arbeter Ring
The Workmen’s Circle / Arbeter Ring fosters Jewish identity and participation in Jewish life through Jewish, especially Yiddish, culture and education, friendship, and the pursuit of social and economic justice.
The Workmen’s Circle/Arbeter Ring SoCal District
Bend the Arc: A Jewish Partnership for Justice
Bend the Arc educates, advocates and organizes on issues of peace, equality, diversity and justice, as a progressive voice in the Jewish community and a Jewish voice in the progressive community.
MAZON – A Jewish Response to Hunger
To educate and raise the consciousness of the Jewish community regarding its obligation to alleviate hunger and its causes; to make donating a portion of the cost of life cycle events (historically at least 3%) to MAZON a permanent tradition in Jewish life; and to provide for people who are hungry while at the same time advocating for other ways to end hunger and its causes.
Yiddishkayt – Los Angeles
Yiddishkayt Los Angeles strives to ensure the survival of the endangered thousand-year legacy of Yiddish language, culture and history.
Yiddish Culture Collective, Tarzana, CA
This is a group for anyone interested in Yiddish culture, music, dance, theater, klezmer, language, food, etc. All skill levels are welcome.