Our country is overdue for a conversation about what it's really like to be part of a working family in America today. So when I heard that the White House will hold a Summit on Working Families on June 23, I felt a surge of excitement. Finally, the conversations we've been having in the carpool lines and on our coffee breaks will be ringing in the halls of the White House. I invite you to add your voice to the conversation here on Double Booked. Read more
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[…] Sunday is the People’s Climate March in New York City, and the Reform Movement’s delegation will be marching alongside others from the Jewish community and beyond. We’ll gather at West 58th St between 8th and 9th Avenues for an 11 a.m. multi-faith concert and prayers. Our environmental LA, Liya Rechtman, will be there with the RAC banner and others from the CSA, including Barbara Lerman-Golomb, who wrote for the RACBlog about why she is attending the March. If you can’t make it to the March, here are four other things you can do to address climate change. […]
[…] of the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism and Director of the Commission on Social Action wrote a letter to FDA Commissioner Margaret Hamburg, urging her to “explain why the ban is medically necessary or develop non discriminatory, […]
[…] Movement or as recently as last month when the president and chief executive of the CCAR issued a statement denouncing the persecution of Christians and other religious minorities, the Reform Movement has consistently cherished opportunities to work with and support other […]
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