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Under his leadership, the organization launched ILC Care, which to foster volunteerism in the Israeli-American community, and began holding the Celebrate Israel Festival, an American celebration of Yom Ha'Atzmaut (Israel's independence day).
Approximately 50,000 people were involved with the ILC by 2013, mostly in the Los Angeles area.
They set the organization's "three pillars" of engagement: to strengthen future generations of Israeli-Americans, the American Jewish community and the State of Israel.
By 2008, the ILC grew to approximately 25,000 participants and began receiving support from Beny Alagem, Leo David and Haim Saban.
Each IAC regional office also supports local initiatives and organizations that share IAC's mission and community objectives.
Programs The IAC offers programming to develop and maintain a strong connection to Israeli-Americans' Israeli heritage, Jewish identity, and ties to the State of Israel.
Miri Ben-Ari (Hebrew: מירי בן ארי) (born December 4, 1978 in Israel) is an Israeli violinist, who has created her own unique sound with a fusion of classical style with jazz, R&B and hip hop. She studied under the late classical master Isaac Stern and has earned the honor from New York's Apollo Theater as an “Apollo Legend”.
Danoch met with Alpert because, when the Israeli Consulate in Los Angeles organized a pro-Israel rally in summer 2006, few Israeli-Americans attended the event despite more than 200,000 Israeli-Americans residing in the greater Los Angeles area.Then there's the bare midriff, which has become a bit of a trademark for the lady who was raised as a good Jewish girl and later enlisted in the army where an exposed belly wouldn't exactly be in line with playing with the Israeli Army String Quartet. She's esteemed in jazz circles, has won a Grammy, fronted ads for Reebok and Ecko, and is, as she tells it, pioneering a new type of musician in the US who are keen to mash Bach with Tupac."It's almost a trend in America today," she sighs, as if she's told it a dozen times before. FIBA is working to mobilize 2.8 million Black American Christians to support the State of Israel and to establish in Jerusalem The Martin Luther King Center and Memorial, a research and training facility designed to connect the Ethiopian community in Israel to the African-American community.