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Packing the Instruments of Our Salvation

Senior Cantor Vicky Glikin (Clergy Fellowship alum) of Temple Emanu-El in Dallas, Texas shared with us this soul-stirring sermon on Immigration Justice at Shabbat Chukat on July 12, 2019. Cantor Glikin was born in Ukraine and lived in Kiev until … Read More

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Holly Stein on raising her voice for immigrant justice

JOIN for Justice: When we heard that you were arrested and jailed, we shared the information with our supporters.  What led to the arrest, and how long were you in jail? And what was the crime? Holly: Last summer, as … Read More

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An Organizer’s Journey: Turning Grief and Storytelling Into Community

We love sharing stories about how our alumni are using the organizing lessons we taught them to make change in the world. Last month we were fortunate to speak to Chloe Zelkha, an alumna of the 2014 Jewish Organizing Fellowship. … Read More

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In Conversation with Miles Meth

Miles Meth, JOIN Jewish Organizing Fellowship alum ’16-17 After years of organizing, Harvard graduate students voted to unionize. Miles Meth, organizer with Harvard Graduate Students Union – United Auto Workers, was instrumental in helping achieve this landmark victory. We caught … Read More

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“Time’s Up Wendy’s March”: Action for Coalition of Immokalee Workers

by Hannah Silverfine I hate sitting still. And spending 12 hours on a bus in one day is not fun for anyone. But that was far from my mind when I signed up for the Northeast bus to New York … Read More

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