The Latest from From the Field

Fighting to Solve the Roots of Homelessness

Rabbi Noah Farkas, one of the founders of JOIN’s Seminary Leadership Project and now a JOIN Board member, is a powerful leader in the fight against homelessness in Los Angeles.  Rabbi Farkas published a powerful piece about this work in … Read More

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Why Ask Why? With JOIN Board Member Aliza Kline

Enjoy some wisdom about curiosity and the Jewish experience from JOIN Board member Aliza Kline’s TED talk in April of 2014:  

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Shmita, Debt & Justice in a Los Angeles Garden

For the last year, Rose Prevezer worked as the rabbinic intern at Netiya, an interfaith food justice network in Los Angeles. This internship is run in partnership with JOIN for Justice. We are so grateful for this thoughtful reflection that … 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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