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December 2015


The Reform Movement’s Racial Justice Campaign starts with ourselves, then turns to the partners and coalitions in our community, and then turns to the systems and structures that govern our s

Joy Friedman
Neve Şalom Synagogue, Istanbul

For the Jews of Turkey, openly displaying their religion has often been a risky choice.

Jacob Kraus

As a nation comprised of Jews, Christians, Humanists, Muslims, Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, agnostics, atheists, and many more, our country has one of, if not the most diverse landscape of faiths in t

Rachel Landman

What a whirlwind year!

Rabbi Jonah Dov Pesner
Israeli flag waving

A few weeks ago, I attended the URJ Biennial in

Lizzie Stein

Of all the crises facing the United States, perhaps one of the least talked about is the

Tracy Wolf
Israel social justice protests Rabin Square Tel Aviv, October 29, 2011

“Without a live and kicking opposition, our democracy is worth little. I am here today because I believe that the free market of ideas is a holy principle.”

Jacob Kraus
Washington Hebrew Congregation students preparing meals

Reform Congregations around North America do incredible work feeding hungry members of their community. Washington Hebrew Congregation of Washington, D.C.

Nikki Salzman

On December 9, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the affirmative action case Fisher v.

Adam Waters