Jewish groups urge congress to speak in solidarity with AAPI communities

Jewish groups, led by JFNA, sent a letter to Congressional leaders encouraging them to take action on hate crimes in light of the recent increase in attacks on the Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities. The letter focuses on bipartisan legislation along the lines of the NO HATE Act, which has been supported by JFNA for a number of years, and which would protect not only the interests of the Jewish community, but other ethnic groups such the AAPI community. Read the letter and media release here.