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Every two years, the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism (RAC) hosts the Rabbi Balfour Brickner Fellowship for rabbis and cantors who are looking to bring social justice closer to the center of congregational life.
In February, Reform Jewish high school students from across the country came to Washington, D.C for the Bernard and Audre Rapaport L’Taken Social Justice Seminar.
Inspired by Rabbi Marcus Burstein's commitment to Torah, social justice and developing a new generation of Jewish leaders, the Rabbi Marcus Burstein Fellowship strengthens the group of college students and young professionals helping lead the L'Taken Social
This January, nearly 650 high school students from across the United States converged on Capitol Hill to lobby their members of Congress as part of the RAC’s L’Taken Social Justice Seminar.
This January will mark my third season of the L’Taken Social Justice Seminars as a member of the Religious Action Center staff.
We are thrilled to begin our work as the 2018-2019 Eisendrath Legislative Assistants. We bring a diverse set of interests and experiences to the RAC but share a deep commitment to building a world of compassion, justice, and wholeness.