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More Than a Hollywood Story of Leadership

Why is Moses’s name barely mentioned in the Haggadah? He’s a great leader, humanity’s first recorded organizer, yet the only glory he gets is being portrayed by Charlton Heston in a cheesy Technicolor movie? In the JOIN for Justice network—where … Read More

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Fired Janitors Reinstated

Jewish Organizing Fellowship alumna Daria Ovide was a leader of an outreach effort with multiple civic organizations to engage thousands of Latino voters who had never before voted in a city-wide election. After making tens of thousands of contacts by phone, … Read More

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