Major Jewish organizations are coming together to launch the Jewish Climate Leadership Coalition, a coalition of Jewish community organizations who recognize the existential threat and moral urgency of climate change and are committed to taking action.
For the Jewish leaders in Philadelphia that are starting conversations about reparations in their communities, beginning the process of giving reparations to Black Americans is urgent.
Reconstructionist leaders joined other faith leaders in a letter from Shoulder to Shoulder speaking out against anti-Muslim behavior. Shoulder to Shoulder is a coalition of 32 religious denominations and organizations committed to standing with American Muslims to uphold American values.
How will you sustain your spirit through your next four years, your lifetime? Do you wonder how you can show up for challenging times with compassion, courage, equanimity and joy? Spirit in Practice, a podcast miniseries, answers these and other questions through lively discussion among emerging leaders and religious teachers of many faiths who are exploring social activism and spiritual practices.
RRC President Rabbi Deborah Waxman, Ph.D., was among the 18,000 people in the audience for Donald Trump’s March 21 speech to the AIPAC Policy Conference. Her response was published in The Philadelphia Inquirer under the title “Voters Must Act Against Demagoguery.”
A statement from Reconstructionist movement leaders regarding Trump’s invitation to speak at AIPAC.
In this essay from the spring of 2015, Rabbi Nancy Fuchs-Kreimer shares her initial misconceptions about Islam and what she’s learned since. She is Director for Multifaith Studies and Initiatives at the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College.
In this essay from January 2016, Rabbi Nancy Fuchs-Kreimer describes ways in which American Jewish communities can form alliances with Muslim-Americans.