Reform synagogues across the nation are struggling to make sense of the damning report released earlier this month showing nearly unfettered patterns of unwanted sexual contact between male faculty and female students at Hebrew Union College over five decades.
Dowling, a high school junior, led a voter registration drive at her school in Atlanta, and handed out more than 400 voter guides.
“To create a more just and equitable world, we must see the humanity in one another.”
The last few decades have not favored top-heavy denominational bodies.
Say it with us: “Extra screen time is totally fine.”
URJ president Rabbi Rick Jacobs said KKL-JNF “deceived” leaders by hiding West Bank land purchases in Hebron and Jericho.
“The overall sense was, regardless of how people feel about the president, that respect should be shown for the office of the president.”
The Jewish movement’s invitation to the civil rights activist earned sharp rebukes from Chabad, who accused him of inciting anti-Semitic riots.
“Israel has far more serious problems than what type of hummus a college student buys or does not buy.”
Reform Judaism’s top rabbi was “deeply troubled by the moral equivalence evident in President Trump’s statement” condemning hate “on many sides.”