The Combat Antisemitism Movement (CAM) sponsored the opening dinner of the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) Capitol Hill Media Summit in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday.
The event at the Royal Sonesta Hotel brought together around 40 leaders of major Christian media groups in the United States.
In his remarks at the dinner, CAM Director of Christian Outreach and Engagement EJ Kimball thanked NRB for its partnership and underscored the vital need for interfaith collaboration to combat religious hatred both in America and globally, and support the State of Israel.
“Fighting antisemitism as a Jewish issue alone is doomed for failure,” he said. “We need partners, and you all are vital allies in the battle to defeat this evil.”
The event was an opportunity to showcase CAM’s latest programs and share how it works with a broad range of groups to build a better future, free of bigotry, discrimination, and prejudice, for the Jewish people and all humanity.
Among other initiatives, Kimball encouraged dinner attendees to spread awareness of Jewish American Heritage Month (JAHM), which is marked every May and had become a top CAM priority.
The guest of honor at Wednesday’s dinner was Senator Ted Cruz of Texas, who spoke about the importance of religious liberty.
In addition to its involvement with the Capitol Hill Media Summit, CAM has also sponsored the “Breakfast to Honor Israel” at the NRB’s last four annual International Christian Media Conventions, and is looking forward to continuing to further bolster this critical relationship.
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