SHINE A LIGHT is a national initiative to raise awareness about antisemitism through education, community partnerships, workplace engagement, and advocacy among Jewish and non-Jewish communities. Coordinated by the Jewish Federation of Greater Dallas' Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) and partner organizations AJC, ADL, SWJC, NCJW, Hadassah and the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum, along with our local synagogues, Dallas is participating in the national call-to-action through our own social media initiative by taking selfies and posting to any social media using the hashtag #ShineALight on Thursday, December 2.

 

Please join us at the participating events below to ShineALight on antisemitism. Get a FREE #ShineALight flashlight at one of the selfie stations listed below or at many local synagogues. If you are unable to get a flashlight or be at one of the events, we encourage you to grab a light and share a selfie with #ShineALight on Thursday, December 2, from your home, workplace, synagogue, etc., and share on social media.

 

Together, we will dispel the darkness around antisemitism and Shine A Light On Antisemitism. To learn more about this initiative, please visit www.shinealighton.com.

 

  • Aaron Family JCC

    Selfie Station
    Thursday, December 2
    11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
    7900 Northaven Rd, Dallas, 75230
    Join us outside the main lobby entrance, get a free #ShineALight flashlight, take a photo in our selfie van!

  • Dallas Holocaust & Human Rights Museum

    Selfie Station
    Thursday, December 2
    1 - 3 PM
    300 N. Houston St., Dallas, 75202
    Visit the museum and join us in the lobby to get a free #ShineALight flashlight, take a photo at our selfie station

  • AJC Webinar

    Action Not Apathy: Shine the Light On Antisemitism
    Thursday, December 2
    11 AM
    Virtual

Community Partners

Aaron Family JCC
ADL Texoma
AJC Dallas
Dallas Holocaust & Human Rights Museum
Hadassah - Dallas Chapter
Jewish Family Service of Greater Dallas
NCJW Greater Dallas

Southwest Jewish Congress