Please Note:


Meetings are held on the second Thursday of every month starting at 7:00 pm in the Plantation Room at Plymouth Town Hall.


The Committee wishes to acknowledge the service of members Barry Meltzer who was the committee chairperson from its inception in 2001 until 2013 and Joe Horn both of whom passed away in 2015. The spirit of these two men will live on in all those whose lives they touched and by all people who are committed to social justice.


At this time, there are openings on the Committee. Interested Plymouth residents may apply at the Selectmen's Office at Plymouth Town Hall, Lincoln Street. Individuals from Underrepresented groups and high school students are encouraged to apply.
Contact: Annikka Bernabe

Upcoming Area Events


In Remembrance of Kristallnacht- The Night of Broken Glass November 9 and 10th 1938

Anti-Semitism: Before During and Beyond the Holocaust presented by Barbara Aharoni at

Congregation Beth Jacob, 8 Pleasant Street,Plymouth, MA

on Sunday November 8, 2015 at 7 pm

Barbara Aharoni is a Jewish Educator, and a Holocaust Educator /Speaker for Facing History and Ourselves of Massachusetts and the Holocaust Education Resource Center of Rhode Island. She is presently on the faculty of Congregation Sha’aray Shalom in Hingham and for many years was Curriculum Coordinator and teacher for Congregation Beth Jacob. In 2012 she completed the Me’ah Program of Hebrew College and attended the Summer Seminar for Holocaust Educators at Yad VaShem’s International School of Holocaust Studies in Jerusalem, Israel.

When speaking to various local groups the most commonly asked question by those learning the history of the Holocaust is “Why the Jews?” Most people think that Hitler’s anti-Semitism, his racial ideology, was the primary reason for the largest industrialized mass extermination of humans in the history of world civilization. Barbara will trace the roots of anti-Semitism from its most ancient beginnings to those of today’s most recent headlines.

Open to the public. Light refreshments will be served.

 GLADD  Spirit Day
Thanks for supporting LGBT youth by pledging to go purple for Spirit Day! Don’t forget to change your Facebook and Twitter photos on Thursday, October 15th by using our Spirit Day tool or by downloading the free Spirit Day app.On Spirit Day, you’ll be among millions of Americans — including students, parents, teachers, schools, local communities, celebrities, TV shows, and even national landmarks — who will be going purple in a stand against bullying and to show their support for LGBT youth. Can you do one more thing? Help us spread the word by joining the Facebook event now and inviting all your friends and family across the world. Thank you for standing up against bullying for Spirit Day! Your friends at GLAADP.S. For more information on how you can help share Spirit Day with your school or local community, visit

African Children’s Choir performs at the New Testament Church, 1120 Long Pond Road, Friday, May 1, 2015, 7:00 pm. No fee, but an offering to support the Choir’s education, care and development programs.