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  1. Mitzvat Ahavat Erev Rav: Loving the Complexity of Our Identities

    Identity politics hold an increasingly defining role in the American social and political landscape of the 21st century. Jane Litman explores the complexity of holding Jewish identity in relationship to other identities.


    Posted on: 2019/11/13 - 7:52pm

  2. In at the Deep End

    Immersion and Affirmation of Jewish Identity--a Personal Account


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  3. Creating a Progressive, Inclusive, Egalitarian Jewish People

    In his inaugural speech at the Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association convention, Rabbi Seth Goldstein frames a vision of an American Jewish community guided by progressive values and radical egalitarianism.


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  4. Jewish Particularism and Race

    In this d’var delivered in 2009, Rabbi Malkah Binah Klein reflects on race, particularism and the work needed to be done by white Jews to address racism and colorblindness in Jewish communities, neighborhoods, schools and relationships.


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  5. Israel, Palestine and Us: A Response to Toba Spitzer

    In this response to Toba Spitzer’s essay “Israel and Us: Creating a New Narrative,” Rabbi Brant Rosen argues that the “justice narrative” outlined by Rabbi Spitzer is more than a narrative; it’s a reality that should be placed at the forefront of American Jewish discourse on Israel/Palestine.


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  6. Why Bother With Judaism?

    In this speech from the 2017 RRA convention, Rabbi Michael Strassfeld reflects on redemption, responsibility and embodying Torah as Jewish leaders and community members.


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  7. Race Must Be Addressed Systemically: A Study Guide

    In this study guide, Rabbi Bob Gluck outlines the book Racing to Justice by John A. Powell, including major themes, notable quotes and topics for discussion.


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  8. Antisemitism in Europe and America in the Modern Period: Historical Perspectives

    Is the United States exceptional in the lack of intensity and violence of American antisemitism? Professor Friedman reviews the evidence and arguments on both sides of the debate.


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  9. Beyond Erasure: A New Look at Antisemitism and Anti-Zionism

    Jews and non-Jews have internalized varying degrees of antisemitism, including the insidious idea that Jews should "disappear." This trope of erasure opens up a new frame through which to consider the connections between antisemitism and anti-Zionism.


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  10. Celebrating the Seven Days of Shavuot: A Journey of Revelation and Relationship

    Let’s expand our observance of Shavuot—affirming our relationship with the Earth and our commitment to deepening our relationship with all people.


    Posted on: 2019/11/13 - 7:52pm