Joshua Levine-Grater

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JStreet advisory council

In 2009 listed members of the JStreet advisory council included Joshua Levine Grater, Rabbi, Pasadena Temple and Jewish Center [1]

Jewish Alliance for Justice & Peace

As of Jan. 1, 2010, Levine-Grater was a member of the Board of the Jewish Alliance for Justice & Peace.[2]

As of Jan. 1, 2010, Levine-Grater was also a member of the Board Rabbinic Cabinet of the Jewish Alliance for Justice & Peace.[3]

Interfaith, Community and Law Enforcement Leaders Condemn Terrorism

December 16, 2015, in Los Angeles, Attorney General Kamala Harris convened interfaith and community leaders and law enforcement officials in southern California, after the recent terrorist attacks in San Bernardino and Paris, to condemn terrorism and discuss the danger of the recent rise in Islamophobic rhetoric and several high-profile hate crime incidents over the past week. Attorney General Harris discussed the critical role of American Muslim communities in our fight against radicalization and terrorism at home and abroad, and the danger posed when alienating this community.

“As Americans, we are unified in our commitment to protect our country from terrorist attacks, and we must seek justice for those who lost their lives in the recent attacks in Paris and San Bernardino,” said Attorney General Harris.

Participants in the gathering included leaders from the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), Muslim Public Affairs Council, Islamic Shura Council of Southern California, Shia Muslim Council of Southern California, Muslim Students Associated West, Project Islamic Hope, Bend the Arc, Union for Reform Judaism, Holman United Methodist Church, the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, Progressive Christians Uniting, and Asian Americans Advancing Justice, as well as Los Angles Sheriff Jim McDonnell, representatives from the Los Angeles Police Department, the Office of Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas, and the Office of Supervisor Hilda Solis.

"Attorney General Harris has exemplified leadership by initiating this meeting with Muslim community and civil rights leaders to address the spike in hate crimes against American Muslims and other minorities," said Hussam Ayloush, Executive Director of CAIR-Los Angeles.

“One of the primary teachings of Judaism is that all human beings are created in the image of God. As an American, I believe in the rule of law, fairness and justice, as well as equal protection for all citizens. In this time of swirling darkness and rising hate, I hope and pray that we remember our humanity, remember our essence and remember why live in the United States,” said Rabbi Joshua Levine Grater, Co-Founder of Abrahamic Faiths Peacemaking Initiative.[4]



  1. JStreet website: Advisory Council (accessed on Oct. 26, 2009)
  2. Jewish Alliance for Justice & Peace website: Board
  3. Rabbinic Cabinet
  4. [ Xavier Becerra Attorney General Kamala D. Harris Convenes Interfaith, Community and Law Enforcement Leaders to Condemn Terrorism and Address the Danger of Islamophobic Rhetoric After Recent Terrorist Attacks Press Release Attorney General Kamala D. Harris Convenes Interfaith, Commu…]