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Rabbis Organizing Rabbis

Rabbis Organizing Rabbis (ROR) is a project of the Reform Movement’s social justice initiatives: the Justice and Peace Committee of the Central Conference of American Rabbis, the Religious Action Center, and Just Congregations. Through the Rabbis Organizing Rabbis Campaign, we come together as a unified Reform Movement with justice at our core. We seek to build a powerful network of Reform Jews praying with our feet through effective grassroots and legislative action on vital justice issues of our time.

Rabbis Organizing Rabbis

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RAC-CA brings together the Reform Jewish congregations and communities of California to organize powerfully across lines of race, class, and faith. Together, we will achieve a more just and compassionate California.

Observe Tisha B'av with this contemporary offering on racial justice. 

Saving Immigrant Families, Fighting for Reform

Since 2012, Rabbis Organizing Rabbis has worked for comprehensive immigration reform from a variety of approaches, including direct calls to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to halt the nearly 1,100 deportations that occur daily, tearing immigrants from their families.

Blog Updates: Rabbis Organizing Rabbis

Blog Updates: Rabbis Organizing Rabbis

Promises of Liberation
Posted on Wednesday April 20, 2016

This week is framed by the unfulfilled promises of liberation. On April 16, we celebrated Emancipation Day, which marks the anniversary of President Lincoln’s signing the Compensated Emancipation Act of 1862, which freed the over 3,000 enslaved individuals who resided in Washington, D.C. On April 22, which is also the 14th of Nissan, we will […]

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Connect with ROR

Stay in touch with Rabbis Organizing Rabbis to learn about future organizing campaigns. 

Contact Just Congregations

To learn more, contact Joy Friedman, Just Congregations Senior Organizer, at jfriedman@urj.org