The Latest from Fly on the Wall

Siyyum Graduation 2019: Blessings on Becoming

  On June 24th, around 200 people gathered to celebrate our 15 graduating Jewish Organizing Fellows at our Siyyum Graduation. The evening was a beautiful gathering to support our graduating 2018-2019 Jewish Organizing Fellows, with family and friends coming from … Read More

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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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Right-sized and Ready to Lead: How Boston’s Never Again Action Actually Happened

You probably don’t know that many of the organizers of last week’s actions involving hundreds of Jewish people standing up against ICE in Boston were directly connected to JOIN for Justice. And they didn’t need you to know – they … Read More

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On Bridging the Gap

By Rabbi Elan Babchuck, alum of the Seminary Leadership Project, rabbi at Temple Emanu-El in Providence, Rhode Island, and former community organizer in LA. Rabbi Babchuck reflects on the profound potential of the community organizing training JOIN for Justice led for 43 Conservative … Read More

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