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Anti-coal activists announce a new report showing a power plant’s devastating health effects

Congratulations to Joel Wool, JOIN alum 2013, who was published in a report he co-authored on the health costs of a coal-fired power plant. Joel has been working tirelessly, along with his colleagues at Clean Water Action, to organize for clean, … Read More

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Nurturing Rabbis To Pursue Activism

This article originally appeared on The Jewish Week, and profiles Seminary Leadership Project Alum Elana Rosen-Brown. Rabbis for Human Rights launches summer social-justice fellowship for diverse group of seminarians. Helen Chernikoff, Staff Writer Knocking on strangers’ doors is never easy. … Read More

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Nurturing a National Network of Leaders

Boston-based JOIN for Justice uses Jewish teachings to groom activists By Sarah Smith Special to the Advocate *this article originally appeared in the Jewish Advocate. Julie Aronowitz had long struggled with where to focus her energies: within the Jewish community … Read More

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Why Interfaith Organizing Matters: Social Change Starts with Values

This article originally appeared in The Huffington Post. Sometimes, as an activist, you look upon the world and think you will never be able to see the changes you seek in your own lifetime. It’s easy to despair, to succumb … Read More

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Making Payment Reform a Little More Accessible

JOIN for Justice Organizing Fellow Ari Fertig has done it again! Fertig, of the famed tumblr 99 Percent Have 99 Problems has meme-ified the world of health-care policy. Fertig’s new project, Payment Reform Made Meme, aims to make payment reform more … Read More

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