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  1. Jewish Ethics, #MeToo, and Crowd-Sourced Responsa

  2. Evolve: Sowing the Seeds of Constructive Evolution

  3. Facing Death, Rabbinical Student Teaches Others About Living Life

    Photo of Emet Tauber
    Update: Emet Tauber passed away on Monday, March 25, 2019. May his memory be a blessing. 

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/news/facing-death-rabbinical-student-teaches-others-about-living-life

    Posted on: 2019/01/11 - 10:00am

  4. Jewish Ethics Conference Gathers Academics, Rabbis and Communal Leaders to Explore Contemporary Questions in a Jewish Framework

    What are the key ethical questions facing Jews and Jewish communities today? How can scholars, rabbis and communal leaders discuss ethics in a way that impacts how people behave in the real world?

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/news/jewish-ethics-conference-preview

    Posted on: 2019/02/01 - 1:13pm

  5. Jewish Values & The Ethical Now: Following in Rabbi David Teutsch’s Path

    Daniel Levin, David Teutsch and Mira Wasserman
    Daniel Levin, Rabbi David Teutsch, Ph.D., and Rabbi Mira Wasserman, Ph.D.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/news/ethics-conference-2019

    Posted on: 2019/04/02 - 6:19pm

  6. Whizin Prize 2019 news item

    The Center for Jewish Ethics, affiliated with the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College, sponsors an annual essay contest to encourage innovative thinking on contemporary Jewish ethics. The prize was established in 2004 through the generosity of Bruce Whizin, philanthropist with an abiding interest in Jewish ethics. Rabbinical students and graduate students are eligible.  

    This year, The Center for Jewish Ethics has recognized two essays that together demonstrate the vitality and breadth of the field of Jewish ethics. 

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/news/ethics-essay-prize-winners-2019

    Posted on: 2019/06/20 - 11:53am

  7. Reconstructionist Affiliates, Rabbis Push for More Just Immigration System

    Members of Bet Am Shalom in White Plains, N.Y., a few years ago, embarked on a quintessentially Reconstructionist process. In a deliberate and participatory fashion, the community, guided by its Tikkun Olam Chevra, chose one issue on which to focus its education, advocacy and direct service efforts. The options — hunger, economic inequality, climate change and immigration — represented large, social problems with systematic and political dimensions.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/news/reconstructionist-communities-immigration-justice

    Posted on: 2019/07/15 - 11:59am

  8. We Must Work to Ensure that the January 6th Insurrection Will Not Disrupt American Democracy

    Reconstructionist Jews embrace living in both Jewish civilization and secular society. At the nexus of the Jewish and American civilizations is a wholehearted embrace of democracy. For us, democracy translates into practice the core principle of betzelem Elohim, the recognition that every individual is created in the image of God. Democracy advances millennia of Jewish experiments in self-governance, while also allowing deep and meaningful engagement with other ethnic and religious groups and full participation in broader society.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/news/we-must-work-ensure-january-6th-insurrection-will-not-disrupt-american-democracy

    Posted on: 2021/01/07 - 7:36pm

  9. Whizin Prize 2020 News Item

    The Center for Jewish Ethics, affiliated with the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College, sponsors an annual essay contest to encourage innovative thinking on contemporary Jewish ethics. The prize was established in 2004 through the generosity of Bruce Whizin, a philanthropist with an abiding interest in Jewish ethics. Rabbinical students and graduate students are eligible to submit work for consideration.   

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/news/whizin-prize-essay-explores-place-obligation-modern-jewish-thought

    Posted on: 2020/05/21 - 10:34am

  10. Navigating the Coronavirus: Jewish Values to Guide Institutions and Individuals Now

    By Rabbi Mira Beth Wasserman, Ph.D.

    Originally published in eJewish Philanthropy on June 2, 2020.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/news/navigating-coronavirus-jewish-values-guide-institutions-and-individuals-now

    Posted on: 2020/06/04 - 9:13am

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