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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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Paid Family Leave: Using our Faith and Courage to Reflect Jewish Values

JOIN for Justice’s Clergy Organizer Rabbi Stephanie Ruskay recently co-authored an excellent piece on the importance of paid family leave as an equitable policy, “What Do We Need? Paid Family Leave. When Do We Need It? Now!” Read an excerpt … Read More

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Reconnecting to Climate Change as a People’s Movement

One of the major progressive events of 2014 was the powerful gathering of over 400,000 people calling for action around climate change in New York City. Jewish Organizing Fellow alum Davida Ginsberg was there, and she recently reflected on her … Read More

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Keep Asking Why: How questions lead to curiosity and breakthrough

by Aliza Kline This article was originally posted by Aliza Kline on e-jewishphilanthropy.com on May 1, 2014. Aliza Kline is a member of JOIN for Justice’s board. This is the season for asking questions – often in groups of four … Read More

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