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Jewish leaders respond to Governor Cuomo’s signing of the Protect Our Courts Act (S00425A/A2176A), which will prevent federal immigration enforcement agents from arresting immigrant New Yorkers while they are in court.
What will it take for all of us to pursue the tireless work of tzedek with consistency? It is in this spirit that I invite you to join a new initiative: the Tzedek Box.
Saperstein: "While we may not always agree with the ideas expressed, our deep commitment to Jewish and democratic values requires that we defend the free speech of all Israel's citizens, including its Arab citizens."
On Rosh HaShanah, Jews traditionally throw pieces of bread into the water as a symbolic gesture of casting away our sins. The first of January can be a time to see which sins have have stayed away and which returned from their watery grave.
This winter, ReformJudaism.org is proud to introduce a simple way for families with school-aged children to take part in fun, meaningful Jewish experiences that will also help them connect to and engage with their local Reform Jewish community.
December 12 marked the fifth anniversary of the Paris Climate Agreement, a historic endeavor to reduce carbon emissions and prevent catastrophic levels of global warming. Since then, the urgency of climate change has only become more apparent.
These all-new winter sessions are perfect for families to enjoy high-quality, remote Jewish experiences that speak to them, on a schedule that works for their life. New, unaffiliated families will be connected with URJ congregations in their area – like yours!