See the full lineup of artists and performers.
The beginning of March provided several important opportunities for President Obama and senior administration officials to underscore that unshakeable bond between the United States and Israel.
On February 18th, in partnership with the National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW), we’re calling on congregations, Jewish advocacy and social service organizations, and anyone in the Jewish community who is interest to participate in the Jewish Community Day of Action for Health Care Coverage.
On Thursday, December 5, the President and Mrs. Obama welcomed members of the American Jewish community to the White House to celebrate Hanukkah.
In honor of the Festival of Lights that is currently in progress, here is a gallery of Presidential Hanukkah celebrations and menorahs from the holdings of the Presidential Libraries of the National Archives.
President Obama is committed to working with all Americans to create the brightest future for our country. Since taking office, the President has demonstrated that his vision includes the very issues that are of vital importance to the American Jewish community, from rebuilding the economy, fighting discrimination and making sure that every American has access to quality health care, to preventing Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons and strengthening the U.S.-Israel relationship.
Working together, we can strengthen our economy, revitalizing our schools, and out-innovating our global competitors. Stay involved at WhiteHouse.gov/engage.