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I suggest a five-point plan to help Jews who would like to act now but are not sure how to do so.
Project Kesher presents pragmatic programs in Ukraine in which Jewish values inspire social activism.
How might we understand reparations as a Jewish issue?
“Now it’s all right, right, Abba?” my daughter asked. “Because they got to Eretz Israel?”
How do we think about the meaning of security, not only theologically but logistically? What can we do to stay safe in ways that draw on and honor our faith traditions?
Restorative Justice (RJ) is invested in long-term classroom culture-building. The work starts long before an offense.
Esther moments ask the question: When does one choose to show up and take on the leadership needed, risks included, in order to move forward a critical, sometimes life-and-death conversation, policy or initiative?
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.

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