From the Director
My colleagues and I have spent much of the last several months assessing the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the US Jewish community. In collaboration with Jewish federations in 10 Jewish communities, we collected survey data from over 15,000 respondents. 

Webinar: COVID-19 and Jewish Communities Study
How were members of the Jewish community affected by the pandemic, and who was most affected? How did Jewish organizations respond to the crisis? Join us for findings from our recent Building Resilient Jewish Communities study on Tuesday, September 8, 7:30PM - 9:00PM EDT.

National Profile of The Jewish Electorate in 2020
At the request of the Jewish Electorate Institute, our American Jewish Population Project researchers conducted an analysis of hundreds of national surveys of US adults to describe the Jewish electorate in each of the 435 districts of the 116th Congress and the District of Columbia. 

2019 Twin Cities Jewish Community Study
Approximately 64,800 Jews make up the Twin Cities Jewish community, a sharp increase from 2004-era estimates of 40,000 people.

In Case You Missed It
Population Study Finds Jewish Community Growth, TC Jewfolk, August 14, 2020

Young, Rural, and Jewish, The Daily Yonder, August 12, 2020

Brandeis Study Measures COVID-19 Impact on Jewish Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, August 9, 2020

Camp! Podcast episode of Adventures in Jewish Studies featuring CMJS researcher Nicole Samuel. Association for Jewish Studies, July 28, 2020
Cohen Center for Modern Jewish Studies
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