Racial Justice: Reflect

Find materials designed for synagogues and communities to spur learning and conversation about racial diversity, about the deep racial disparities that afflict our society, about how we as Reform Jews can join the struggle for racial justice.

Discussion Guides for Racial Justice

Lead a Conversation about Racial Justice

This model for hosting a first discussion will set the stage for exploring our understandings of racism and provide new ways to raise this topic within your congregations to act effectively for change.

Turn the Tables: Racial Justice Conversations

The RAC has partnered with Repair the World to create a racial justice discussion guide that raises complex issues and that challenges our vision of a just society. Use this guide as part of a Shabbat dinner gathering.

Resources for Embracing Diversity

18+ Ways to Embrace Diversity

Use this checklist to learn how your congregation or community can embrace diversity.

Who Are Jews of Color?

Jews of Color is a pan-ethnic term that is used to identify Jews whose family origins are originally in African, Asian or Latin-American countries. Jews of Color may identify as Black, Latino/a, Asian-American or of mixed heritage such as biracial or multi-racial.

Jewish, Asian, American: Welcoming a New Demographic

A married couple researches families of Jewish Asian decent, this book shares findings about how households that combine these traditions.

Additional Resources

Learn more about how to embrace racial diversity in our communities with these additional resources

Allyship and Action

Racial Justice Media Recommendations