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Restorative Justice (RJ) is invested in long-term classroom culture-building. The work starts long before an offense.
How does a congregation engage its members in the work to change systemic injustice?
In order to heal from the traumatic aspects of Jewish history, we must first understand our trauma differently, in ways that will allow us to heal.
The idea of chosenness is a barrier to a world in which every human being is seen as made in the image of God, worthy of respect and honor.
How do our Jewish values and heritage enrich and sustain our justice work?
How do we keep going when the world is full of terror and suffering? A Kol Nidrei sermon exploring some possibilities.
A clinical psychologist who specializes in treating trauma, Ravital offers three suggestions about how to approach our despair about the state of the world.

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