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Grappling With the Intersections Between Racism and Anti-Semitism

Two weeks ago, 35 young Jewish leaders came together for a powerful workshop exploring the Intersections of Racism and Anti-Semitism. Organized by JOIN’s Alumni Steering Committee, and co-led by Cherie Brown of the National Coalition Building Institute and Dove Kent … Read More

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I Am Jewish and Black Lives Matter

Rabbi Stephanie Kolin, co-founder of the Seminary Leadership Project and JOIN for Justice Board member, published this powerful call to action in the Huffington Post last week. Read the full post here.   On a recent cross-country drive, I stood … Read More

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Making Time For Story: Words of Wisdom From Rabbi Dara Frimmer

Rabbi Dara Frimmer was a member of our Seminary Leadership Project’s very first cohort of rabbinical students to be trained in community organizing.  She is now an inspiring rabbi and community organizer at Temple Isaiah and a member of JOIN’s Clergy Fellowship … Read More

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From Being “Right” to Being Powerful: An Interview With Abby Levine

Today we are thrilled to feature an interview with Abby Levine, Director of the Jewish Social Justice Roundtable.  The Jewish Social Justice Roundtable is a sponsoring partner of our national online course, Don’t Kvetch, Organize!  Read below to learn about … 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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