As part of our mission to build genuine relationships across campus communities, The David Project organizes annual summits with student advocates and campus leaders from our campuses across the country. 


The Black-Jewish Summit

The Black-Jewish Summit is an annual conference that takes place in Washington D.C. Students representing the Jewish and Black communities on campuses across the country come together for a weekend of education, collaboration, and dialogue. The delegations that are represented take the skills they gain from this summit back to campus to better improve the relationship between these communities.

The application for this summit is currently closed. For more information, please contact your campus coordinator.

I came to this conference wondering what these two communities could possibly have in common, this weekend really opened my eyes and made me realize that we had more in common than i thought.
— Elijah Agustin, Rutgers University
The importance of collaboration between communities that share common goals and experiences. How through telling your personal narrative you can relate to other groups of people whom you thought had completely different experiences, but actually have more similarities.
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LAtinos y judios unidos

Latinos and Jews United (Latinos y Judios Unidos), is our annual summit for Jewish and Latino students in Miami, Florida. Student leaders from campuses across the country join together to learn about the history of the Jewish-Latino relationship and how they can come together to create genuine allyship back on campus. 

Applications for this summit are currently closed. For more information, please contact your campus coordinator.

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