​​​Southwest Jewish Congress 

2018 Programs

Wednesday  -  October 10  -  6:00pm

 McCord Auditorium, Dallas Hall, SMU

3225 University Boulevard

Free Film Screening

True Story:  "Spirits' Homecoming" 


Girls  Kidnapped For Comfort Stations During WWII

After the Japanese kidnap two Korean teenagers and take them to a

comfort station to join other girls who are serving as sex slaves,

only one  of them survives.  Decades later, the elderly  woman

tries to reunite with her friend's spirit.

RSVP to 214-361-0018 or susan@swjc.org

Free and Open to the Public

In co-operation with

SMU's Women and Gender Studies Department Sponsored Event

Monday  -  October 15  -  7:00-8:30pm

Churchill Recreational Center

6906 Churchill Way @ Hillcrest 75230

Human Trafficking:  A Look Inside

Hear a Trafficked Survivor's Personal Story and

learn from leaders at Restored Hope Ministries,

Mosaic Family Services and an FBI Special Agent. 

Seating is limited.

RSVP to 214-361-0018 or susan@swjc.org

​​Free and Open to the Public

Please bring  items for victims of human trafficking 

See list below for needed items


featuring Charles Pulman

Monday, January 29, 2018

7:00pm, Aaron Family JCC

 Women's Equality Day, Wednesday, August 22nd   

Noon, Dallas City Hall Flag Room, Join Us for Lunch


Bring Your Donations:    Saturday  -  October 27  -  10:00am - 2:00pm

Woodrow Wilson High School, 

100 W. Glasgow Drive, Dallas, Texas 75214

​The students of the Texas Leadership Forum are partnering with

Young Leaders Roundtable, the Sexual Assault Division of the Criminal District Attorney's Office,

the Rotary Club of Dallas, Safer Dallas Better Dallas, the Southwest Jewish Congress

and Woodrow Wilson High School to collect necessary items to assist

victims of Human Trafficking and Sexual Assault.

                     Items Needed:  lankets, Packaged Gum. Travel Size toiletries: Body Wash, Deodorant, Toothbrush/Paste & Shampoo/Conditioner

                         Feminine Products, Amazon gift cards ($10 or less)​.  Fast food gift cards ($10 or less)

This donation drive is being done in conjunction with the Drug Enforcement Agency's National Take Back program.   

You may bring unused or expired medication for safe disposal.