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The Spirit of Justice

Our Clergy Fellows gathered at Pearlstone Center this November to begin their 18-month journey into deeper community organizing. Here are some of their personal stories and torah. Rabbi Lydia Medwin of The Temple in Atlanta, Georgia, on her synagogue’s historic … Read More

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Powerful Stories of Change-Makers

On October 20th, JOIN hosted “Celebrating Change-Makers,” an event in NYC featuring incredible JOIN leaders who have utilized what they learned from JOIN training to make change in their communities.  We had 55 people join us to celebrate Sukkot and listen … Read More

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America’s Most Inspiring Rabbis of 2016

An Inside Look JOIN for Justice was proud to learn that six alumni of our clergy training programs were listed in The Jewish Daily Forward’s list of 32 of America’s Most Inspiring Rabbis of 2016. The six alumni are: Rabbi Noah Zvi … Read More

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JOIN for Justice in Los Angeles

Last week the halls of Los Angeles synagogues Shomrei Torah and PICO Shul were buzzing as rabbis and lay leaders gained skills in community organizing and explored how to put them to work in their own communities. JOIN for Justice … Read More

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Fasting for a Moral Budget in Pennsylvania

JOIN’s Rabbinic Fellowship launched in April and we’ve had a powerful first few months. 43 rabbis representing 75,000 congregants in Los Angeles, Washington D.C. and Philadelphia have joined the Clergy Fellowship and begun engaging deeply in community organizing, and starting the process … Read More

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