A Tribe Called Jews (A.T.C.J.) was a program for young Jewish men and women who found themselves in need of a Jewish community after graduating from college and leaving the campus community behind. Conceived by Lilith interns in 1994, the program was funded by the UJA-Federation from 1995-1998, after which it was discontinued. Sub-series 2: A Tribe Called Jews contains meeting minutes, membership files, event planning and brochures, expense reports, and grant applications and reports. Materials are arranged by function, then chronologically within each folder.