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Growing up in Texas, the summer of 2013 was a monumental time to be inspired by the power of women’s voices.
Congress’s last week in session in 2019 was dramatic, tense, and consequential for millions of people in America and around the world.
At the Union for Reform Judaism's Biennial in Chicago last week, the Reform Movement voted to approve a resolution supporting the study of proposals for U.S. slavery reparations. The resolution is part of the Religious Action Center and Movement's work for
Rabbi Jonah Dov Pesner, Director of the Religious Action Center, made the following remarks at the 2019 URJ Biennial in Chicago.
Only a few short years after the founding of the United States of America, George Washington expressed in an exchange of
We are living in an urgent time. Reform Jewish communities are pursuing justice through the Brit Olam at the local, state/provincial, and federal levels to bring about a world in which all people experience wholeness, justice, and compassion.
Next year, 2020, is a Census year in the United States. The official count kicks off April 1, Census Day. Here are some resources to help you and your congregation or Reform community get ready and spread the word to get out the count.
As a person who is passionate about disability rights, I am excited to attend the 10th annual Jewish Disability Advocacy Day (JDAD) in Washington, D.C. and encourage you to join me and register for JDAD today.
Temple Judea is a 2019 Fain Award recipeint for its project, Pathway to Citizenship.
During a high-level meeting with Mayor Garcetti in 2017, Temple Judea learned that Los Angeles has over a half a million residents with green cards who are eligible for
On November 19, Reform Jews met outside of an immigration court in San Antonio, Texas to protest the administration’s unjust “Remain in Mexico” policy and its attacks on immigrants and the asylum process.
Rabbi Mara S Nathan spoke in front of the court,