Help us pursue justice for former Jewish refugees from the Middle East and North Africa.

Please support JIMENA in its mission to achieve universal recognition of Mizrahi and Sephardic Jews and their descendants 

 

“I was born in 1930 in Taht Al Takia, the Jewish quarter of the old city of Baghdad. Baghdad was my home and Iraq was my country. But my sense of national identity was shattered when Muslim mobs looted and burned Jewish homes and businesses, murdering hundreds of Jewish men, women and children in the 1941 pogrom known as the Farhud. I was 10 years old. There was nowhere to run, and no country to take us in.”
JIMENA Board Member, Joseph Samuels in Washington Post Help us share their stories

We’re so close to meeting our 2017 YEAR END goal! Please make a gift to support the following: 

Build an inclusive Jewish community with JIMENA’s immersive Sephardic cultural and educational programs
Sponsor the translation of a JIMENA Oral History testimony to Arabic for distribution in the Middle East and North Africa
Underwrite a JIMENA Kabbalat Shabbat Dinner Program for college students or young adults
Support the production of a lesson plan for our Journey to the Mizrah Curriculum for Jewish Day Schools or the collection of a personal testimony from a former Jewish refugee for JIMENA’s Oral History Program
Sponsor a JIMENA Student Intern in Film and New Media,  Research and Communications, or Advocacy Fieldwork
Support JIMENA’s global advocacy efforts to protect and advance the rights of former Jewish refugees from the Middle East and North Africa

All donations will be matched up to $50,000

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