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  1. New Reconstructionist Camp

    Camp JRF, the Reconstructionist summer camp located in northeast Pennsylvania, has announced plans to open a film and arts-based specialty camp in Southern California. The Foundation for Jewish Camp, as part of its Specialty Camps Incubator, is awarding up to $1.4 million over four years to Camp JRF in order to open a Jewish specialty camp in the Los Angeles area.

    The camp – geared for third to 10th graders – is slated to open in 2018, with the goal of providing high-level arts programming within the Jewish, values-based community for which Camp JRF is known.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/news/coming-soon-new-reconstructionist-camp

    Posted on: 2016/09/27 - 4:15pm

  2. Just For A Time Like This ejp piece

  3. Accountability is One Step Toward Justice: Response to a Verdict in the Murder of George Floyd

  4. ‘Love your neighbor as yourself’: How Torah is helping me process Derek Chauvin’s conviction

    This piece by Rabbi Sanda Lawson was originally published in the Forward on April 23, 2021.

    The video of Rodney King’s beating by members of the Los Angeles Police Department emerged 30 years ago this March.

    It was one month before I joined the military.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/news/love-your-neighbor-yourself-how-torah-helping-me-process-derek-chauvins-conviction

    Posted on: 2021/04/26 - 10:43am

  5. Statement on Mount Meron Tragedy

  6. Center for Jewish Ethics Awards Whizin Prize to Essay Focusing on Role of Women in Modern Orthodoxy

  7. Webinar on Jerusalem Crisis and Current Violence

  8. Statement on the Spiraling Violence between Israelis and Palestinians

  9. North American Jewish Groups Denounce Antisemitic Attacks in Wake of Hostilities Between Israel and Hamas

  10. America's First Bat Mitzvah podcast promo

    Many Jews have heard that the first bat mitzvah celebration took place in 1922 in a Reconstructionist congregation — and that the first girl to become a bat mitzvah was Judith Kaplan, daughter of Rabbi Mordecai Kaplan, the founder of Reconstructionist Judaism.  Much less familiar are the historical factors leading to that moment, or why it took several more decades before the bat mitzvah as we know it to take root. 

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/news/americas-first-bat-mitzvah-and-its-legacy-american-jewish-life

    Posted on: 2021/05/27 - 10:35am

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