RAC-NJ’s first issue campaign to “Ban the Box in Housing” by supporting the Fair Chance in Housing Act (A1919/S250) scored a major victory when the bill passed both houses of the New Jersey Legislature on June 3. The bill, which The New York Times called “a
To misquote the Grateful Dead, what a short, strange trip it’s been!
This blog post is adapted from remarks originally given by Rabbi Saks at a Faith for Equality virtual press conference in February 2021.
When my husband and I moved to Maine almost 10 years ago from Minnesota, one of the factors in our relocation was the
Everyday more than 100 Americans are killed by guns and over 300 more people are injured. Friday, June 4 is Wear Orange Day, a national day of awareness about the scourge of gun violence in the United States.
Orange is the color that Hadiya Pendleton’s
The following remarks were given by Rabbi Nancy Kasten, Chief Relationships Officer at Faith Commons and RAC-TX core team member, at a faith leader press conference on May 4, 2021.
Last year, my 15-year-old daughter, Eva, adopted at birth, was thrilled to discover through DNA testing that she had 4 biological siblings in Arkansas.
When my husband and I learned that we were going to be parents, we were filled with many of the same joys and anxieties that most soon-to-be parents have, from wondering about how to create a great birth plan to which baby products we should buy (every cute