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  1. Responding to antisemitism by growing community, deepening commitments and building coalitions

    This article was originally published in the eJewish Philanthropy by Rabbi Deborah Waxman, Ph.D., president and CEO of Reconstructing Judaism. It was adapted from a longer, forthcoming essay.

     

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/news/responding-antisemitism-growing-community-deepening-commitments-and-building-coalitions

    Posted on: 2021/10/28 - 5:57pm

  2. Calling on Gantz to reconsider designation of Palestinian human rights and civil society groups as “terrorists”

  3. Jewish Organizational Letter on U.S. Special Envoy

  4. In Memoriam Nov 2021

    On the eve of Thanksgiving, we feel grateful for one of the most extraordinary things about the Reconstructionist movement — the caliber of people who are attracted to it. We are lucky that so many of these extraordinary people step up into leadership, on our behalf and in the wider world. Over the last several months, we have lost several national leaders, and we write now to share some reflections on these folks who offered the best of themselves to us and on our behalf.

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

    Posted on: 2021/11/23 - 9:24pm

  5. NEH Grant

  6. Society for Jewish Ethics

    The Reconstructionist movement is being well represented at the 2022 Annual Meeting of the Society of Jewish Ethics, taking place Jan. 6-9 over Zoom. In fact, in terms of the number of presenters —at least three — the movement will have a greater presence at this year’s virtual gathering than at any time since the first conference was held in 2003. 

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/news/reconstructionists-featured-society-jewish-ethics-conference

    Posted on: 2022/01/04 - 11:30am

  7. Reconstructing Judaism joins Progressive Israel Network to welcome indefinite postponement of settlement construction in E-1 Area

    Responding to news that plans to advance settlement housing units in the E-1 corridor linking East Jerusalem to the northern West Bank have been indefinitely postponed, the Progressive Israel Network issued the following statement:

    The Progressive Israel Network (PIN) welcomes the news that the Israeli government will not be building Jewish settlements in the E-1 for the near future. We applaud the Biden Administration’s efforts to prevent such construction, and urge them to continue to push back against settlement expansion more broadly. 

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/news/reconstructing-judaism-joins-progressive-israel-network-welcome-indefinite-postponement

    Posted on: 2022/01/11 - 2:08pm

  8. Reconstructing Judaism and the Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association join letter urging US Senate to fund Iron Dome replenishment

  9. Reconstructing Judaism Statement

    ברוך אתה ה’ אלוהינו חי העולמים מתיר אסורים.

    Barukh atah adonay eloheynu hay ha’olamim matir asurim.

    Blessed are you, THE REDEEMER, our God, Life of all the worlds, who frees the captives.

    – From the morning liturgy

    What a terrible irony that on Shabbat Shirah, as Jews around the world read about the Israelites’ liberation from slavery, Rabbi Charlie Cytron-Walker and three other people were held hostage at Congregation Beth Israel in Colleyville, Texas in a standoff that lasted more than 11 hours. 

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/news/choosing-life-reconstructionist-response-events-colleyville-texas

    Posted on: 2022/01/16 - 12:50pm

  10. Responding to Amnesty International’s report on Israel and the charge of apartheid

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