Jewish American Heritage Month

During his presidency, George W. Bush formally declared May as Jewish American Heritage Month, in 2006. This month the nation recognizes  Jewish people  who are living in and contributing to the social fabric of the United States.

Originally, there was Jewish Heritage Week, which began in the 1980s under President Carter. Since Bush’s proclamation, every president of the United States has followed suit.

Read President Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s “A Proclamation on Jewish American Month, 2021“.

Jewish American Heritage Month celebrates the achievements of Jewish Americans, fosters pride among the American Jewish community, and aims to educate and enlighten a wider audience about the achievements of Jewish Americans.

Below are links to some sites that help celebrate our Jewish American heritage: