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  1. Hevrutahpreneurship: Partnering for Learning and Leading

    Solopreneurship, the practice of single-handedly starting and leading an organization, is a celebrated American entrepreneurial approach. Americans tout the notion that with hard work and hustle, any individual can tackle any challenge.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/news/hevrutahpreneurship-partnering-learning-and-leading

    Posted on: 2016/06/22 - 12:00am

  2. What's Next Recon Today column February 2019

    By almost every measure, whether objective or subjective, our November, 2018 convention was a success. More than 730 Reconstructionists from across North America (and from Israel and the Netherlands) shared their spirit, energy and intelligence with one another in study and song, and prayer and fellowship. There were 125 learning sessions, taught by roughly 175 lay leaders, faculty members, students and rabbis from across the movement. We prayed and sang and danced and ate together.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/news/whats-next

    Posted on: 2019/02/26 - 11:03am

  3. Havaya: Camp to Campus

    This article was originally published on page 14 of the February 2019 issue of the Washtenaw Jewish News.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/news/havaya-camp-campus

    Posted on: 2019/02/11 - 3:08pm

  4. February 2019 RT Article - Evolving

    There is a vast amount of diversity across the Reconstructionist movement. This is a good thing: the embrace of diversity, the recognition that it could be vitalizing for the Jewish people and the Jewish civilization, is at the heart of a Reconstructionist approach to being Jewish. Yet there is one thing on which every Reconstructionist I encounter agrees: we all want the Reconstructionist movement to have greater visibility. We all want recognition for all our past innovations and for all the ways we continue to reconstruct Jewish life now.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/news/evolving

    Posted on: 2019/02/01 - 10:28am

  5. Kahanists are a Danger to Israelis and Israeli Democracy

    Addendum, March 4, 2019: We invite you to consider adding your name to this statement of solidarity, which will be accepting signatures until March 28, the deadline for Israeli organizations to approach the Central Elections Committee of the Knesset. Clicking this link will take you to a New Israel Fund (NIF) sign-on web page.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/news/kahanists-are-danger-israelis-and-israeli-democracy

    Posted on: 2019/02/21 - 4:00pm

  6. Invitation to Support Israelis Opposing Kahanists in Knesset

    The Israeli grassroots social action organization, Zazim – Community Action, is mobilizing Israelis to call on the Central Elections Committee of Knesset to protect the Knesset from Kahanists. Over 13,000 Israelis have already signed onto Zazim’s petition expressing their conviction that Kahanists have no place in the Knesset and represent a fundamental threat to Israel’s core democratic values.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/news/petition-supporting-israelis-opposing-kahanists-knesset

    Posted on: 2019/03/04 - 11:25am

  7. Reconstructing Pluralism through Conversation

    (This piece was originally published on the Times of Israel blog at this link.)

    Pluralism is dead. Long live pluralism.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/news/reconstructing-pluralism-through-conversation

    Posted on: 2019/02/26 - 11:29am

  8. Journeying from the Personal to the Communal - Vayakhel DT James Greene

    Up until this week’s portion, the Israelites are generally referred to as “b’nei Yisrael,” the Children of Israel. Only once had we been called, “beit Yisrael,” the House of Israel. It is with the completion of the Mishkan, the traveling sanctuary, that the people are generally called beit Yisrael, the House of Israel. We have been transformed from a people who share a common history, to a group of people who now share a common destiny.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/dvar-torah/journeying-personal-communal

    Posted on: 2017/03/16 - 2:19pm

  9. What is Social Entrepreneurship - Edgeblog

    I teach rabbinical students to be entrepreneurs. Often, people respond, “Really, you teach rabbis how to make money?” Feigning patience, I explain that tackling the finances of any project is critical, but the tools I teach rabbis help them rack up solutions that impact the quality of people’s lives, not the big bucks. The proper term for my course is social entrepreneurship. Social entrepreneurship means applying a business-like discipline to creating solutions to social justice, cultural and environmental issues.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/news/rabbis-entrepreneurs-its-not-about-money

    Posted on: 2018/06/05 - 12:04pm

  10. No Success Without Learning to Fail

    “Fail Forward” is the mantra of entrepreneurs. Take risks. You will fail, guaranteed. Learn from it.  Once a little smarter, boldly launch again. Instead of meeting failure with crimson shame and pink slips, entrepreneurs believe, as Robert Kennedy did, “to achieve greatness, you have to fail greatly.”

    David Bryfman, Chief Innovation Officer at The Jewish Education Project, introduced the concept of “fail forward” at a Jewish Futures Conference in New York City.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/news/no-success-without-learning-fail

    Posted on: 2016/05/13 - 12:00am

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