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July 2017


Prisons in the Criminal Justice System

When I was six years old, I celebrated the beginning of my Jewish education with a consecration ceremony.

Hannah Caspar-Johnson
Reform Jews attending Save Medicaid, Save Lives

I was listening to a political podcast while running along the beach in Tel Aviv a few weeks ago.

Rabbi Hannah Goldstein

Since the establishment of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity led by Vice President Pence and Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, Republicans and Democrats have questione

Hamilton Brooks

As the global refugee crisis escalated, fear and misunderstanding of who refugees are inhibited refugee resettlement in the United States.

Lee Wilson
mental illness, silhouette of head made by threadds

When my younger brother was about eleven, he decided he did not believe in God.

Bailey Roos
Ohio State House

“I Adonai have called you in righteousness...To open the eyes of the blind, to bring out prisoners from confinement, from their prisons those who sit in darkness.”  Isaiah 42:6-7

Rabbi Lindsey Danziger
Bars in a Prison

The United States has the world’s largest prison population: 2.2 million Americans are currently serving time

Jared Diamond