In 1913, a group of 75 women formed the first Jewish women’s organization in Dallas – the National Council of Jewish Women, Greater Dallas Section. Then, as now, NCJW has been at the forefront of social change – championing the needs of women, children, and families – while courageously taking a progressive stance on such issues as child welfare, women’s rights, and reproductive freedom.
Inspired by Jewish values – and our understanding that these values are universal – NCJW is the place where women come together to make the world at large and their communities in particular a better place.
The NCJW Dallas History Book – Coming Soon!
Bette Miller has undertaken the task of producing a history book. Marlene Cohen has worked closely with her as has Rosy Stromberg