Ncrac Admits Two Community Relations Councils; Has 30 Groups
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Ncrac Admits Two Community Relations Councils; Has 30 Groups

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The executive committee of the National Community Relations Advisory Council today approved applications of the Connecticut Jewish Community Relations Council and of the Elizabeth Jewish Council for admission.

This brings to 30 the number of local, state and regional councils in the NCRAC, the coordinating body of Jewish groups engaged in fighting anti-Semitism in this country. The Connecticut Jewish Community Relations Council is a statewide organization representing Jewish communities with a total population of about 75,000 Jews. The Elizabeth Council is the central agency of the Elizabeth Jewish community and represents 43 local organizations.

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