Community Impact

    Making your views known to our elected officials is an important part of being an American citizen. The Birmingham Jewish Federation’s Community Impact encourages you to communicate regularly with elected officials regarding issues important to you.

    These are challenging times for Jews and Americans. Anti-Semitic incidents continue to be reported throughout Europe, anti-Israel activity is plaguing some college campuses, and Israel is under constant threat by its enemies. For these reasons, we have provided you a multitude of ways to get in touch with different elected and political officials.

    US Senate

    • Doug Jones (Democrat)     202-224-4124 https://www.jones.senate.gov/contact/email-doug

    US House of Representatives

      • District 1: Bradley Byrne (Republican) 202-225-4931 https://byrne.house.gov/contact
      • District 2: Martha Roby (Republican) 202-225-2901 https://roby.house.gov/contact-me
      • District 3: Mike Rogers (Republican) 202-225-3261 http://mikerogers.house.gov/contact-mike/email-me
      • District 4: Robert Aderholt (Republican) 202-225-4876 http://aderholt.house.gov/email-me2/
      • District 5: Mo Brooks (Republican) 202-225-4801 http://brooks.house.gov/contact-me/
      • District 6: Gary Palmer (Republican) 202-225-4921 https://palmer.house.gov/contact/email

    International Issues

    Much is going on overseas that is affecting us as Americans and Jews. Often times, we want to be able to voice our opinions to international governments. The best way to do this is to contact the country’s consulate office that covers the southeastern regions. (Sometimes, a country only has one office in the US. In this case, it is best to contact that office.) The website below will give you information on which office to contact. If you need any help, please feel free to contact The Birmingham Jewish Federation at samd@www.bjf.org and we will be more than glad to guide you in the right direction.

    http://www.usembassy.gov/

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