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SHIFT: Taking Root ~ An Evening of Stories

-+*At JOIN for Justice, we believe that stories matter. Stories create connections between people, they are how we share our history, they inspire us to act. Last week, JOIN for Justice celebrated the importance of stories when we gathered for … Read More

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JOIN Alum Rabbi David Segal Featured in Aspen Magazine

-+*JOIN alum Rabbi David Segal was featured in Aspen Magazine’s March 2015 issue (he’s on the left in the photo below): The text reads: David Segal, 34, Rabbi, Aspen Jewish Congregation The Aspen Jewish Congregation (aspenjewish.org) has endured some periods … Read More

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What Rabbis Do

-+*JOIN is honored to work with incredibly engaging rabbis from around the county. Check out some of #WhatRabbisDo: Tell stories… Teaching rabbinical students the power of #story for social change. @JewishOrganizer @ElanBabchuck #whatrabbisdo pic.twitter.com/OdbTUy6XwF — Rabbi Noah Farkas (@RabbiNoah) January … Read More

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Reconnecting to Climate Change as a People’s Movement

-+*One of the major progressive events of 2014 was the powerful gathering of over 400,000 people calling for action around climate change in New York City. Jewish Organizing Fellow alum Davida Ginsberg was there, and she recently reflected on her … Read More

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Jews Stand Up for Racial Justice

-+*On December 4 in New York City, Jews for Racial and Economic Justice organized a powerful action on the Upper West Side. Hundreds marched, many other Jewish organizations offered support, and twenty seven people, including four rabbis, were arrested after … Read More

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