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  1. Online Exhibit on Women Rabbis Expands

    The Jewish Women’s Archive (JWA) this month expanded its online exhibit “Women Rabbis,” which highlights nearly a dozen Reconstructionist clergy as well as the history of the movement. 


    Posted on: 2020/01/28 - 3:34pm

  2. Forces of Nature - RENA Jan 2020

    In October, enormous winds blew off parts of Congregation Beth Evergreen’s (CBE) sukkah. In early December, even stronger winds hurled a giant tree branch onto the roof of the synagogue with such force that it penetrated through to the inside of the building, leaving gaping holes and several surreal-looking limbs pointing down as if, given the season, a reindeer stepped through and got stuck.


    Posted on: 2020/01/27 - 12:37pm

  3. Statement on Hanukkah Antisemitic Attacks

  4. Welcoming a Guest Into a Sanctuary Congregation

    “One who destroys one life destroys the entire world. One who saves one life saves an entire world.” This famous dictum from rabbinic literature — a midrash on the story of Cain and Abel — teaches about the preciousness of human life. It is a dictum that to me has new meaning since my congregation, Temple Beth Hatfiloh (TBH), welcomed our guest into physical sanctuary.


    Posted on: 2019/12/20 - 11:50am

  5. Deborah column on nationhood executive order

    This article was originally posted at the Times of Israel site. 

    When I first read about President Donald Trump’s proposed Executive Order that would effectively, if not explicitly, define the Jewish people as a nationality, I thought of someone, a fictional person actually, who harkens back to a very different time and place: Tevye, the tragicomic milkman at the center of Fiddler on the Roof, a masterpiece of popular culture. 


    Posted on: 2019/12/13 - 11:13am

  6. Progressive Israel Network Commends Passage of House Resolution 326 Opposing Annexation, Supporting Two-State Solution

  7. Statement Against Cut in Nutritional Aid

  8. New Home for Havaya Arts

    By Rabbi Isaac Saposnik, Executive Director, Havaya Summer Programs, and Julianne Schwartz, Camp Director, Havaya Arts


    We’re beyond excited to share with you that our new home for Havaya Arts is Scripps College in Claremont, Calif.!


    Posted on: 2019/12/03 - 11:33am

  9. Collaboration Across Difference: Edgeblog

    This article was originally published in eJewish Philanthropy on Nov. 25, 2019.


    Posted on: 2019/11/25 - 1:43pm

  10. US Jewish Movements: President Trump Must Fire Stephen Miller. White supremacy has no place in the White House.

    As entities who represent a broad diversity of American Jewish life, we share a deep concern about White House advisor Stephen Miller’s support for white supremacist ideology and the disturbing ways in which his dangerous views have influenced U.S. immigration policy.  Such views have no place in the White House or as a basis of American policy.


    Posted on: 2019/11/22 - 10:11am