This statement was written by Rabbi Jocee Hudson from Temple Israel of Hollywood. More than sixty Reform Jewish clergy have signed on to the statement.
The Eternal said to Cain, "Where is your brother Abel?"
And he said, "I do not know.
The U.S. 2018 Midterm Elections were historic in many ways.
We saw more women, minority, and Jewish candidates than ever before run for office, and we can now celebrate the diversity of our newly elected Congress.
One of the first things we learn in the Torah from the story of creation is that humans were created b’tzelem Elohim – in the holy image of G-d (Genesis 1:27).
Our call to action challenges our networks to act on local and national levels and includes guidance to support Black and Brown people both within the Jewish community and beyond, both directly and on a systemic level.
Everyday more than 100 Americans are killed by guns. Next Friday, June 5th is Wear Orange Day, a national day of awareness about the scourge of gun violence in the United States.
We wear orange to call attention to the epidemic of gun violence facing our
Last week, over 2,000 people participated in the virtual town hall launch of Every Voice, Every Vote: The Reform Movement’s 2020 Civic Engagement Campaign. If you were not able to be with us live, we invite you to watch the recording in the Tent or on Facebook
Content Warning: This blog discusses a variety of mental health topics, including anxiety, depression, and suicide. If you are struggling with mental illness, please know that you are not alone. Visit the RAC’s website for a list of hotlines, crisis resources,
It’s no secret that teens are leading us into the future.
Nearly every aspect of daily life has changed in the past few months. Like Passover and other recent holidays and events, Mother’s Day will be very different this year as much of North America remains under stay-in-place orders.