Kutz Camp, the Union for Reform Judaism summer camp for teens and an incubator for modern spiritual Jewish folk music, is closing.
Accountants and doctors played tug-of-war, pausing to take slugs of their IPAs. This may just be the key to the future of American Judaism.
How do different Jewish summer camps talk about Israel? And should they discuss Palestinians or the occupation?
Rabbi Rick Jacobs responds to Ariel Gold’s son, stating unequivocally: I think Israel turning away your mother was disgraceful and a mistake.
A tragic mass shooting that hit close to home for the Jewish community elicited a call from Jewish groups for gun control legislation.
Rev. Dr. Barber, the country’s foremost progressive religious activist called on Reform Jews to join him in his campaign.
“The way things are now, the writing’s on the wall — this is gonna end in bloodshed.”
Camp Young Judaea-Texas and Greene Family Camp are providing food, shelter and activities for children and adults to take their minds off the damage.
Reform Judaism’s top rabbi was “deeply troubled by the moral equivalence evident in President Trump’s statement” condemning hate “on many sides.”
Leaders of pluralistic Judaism aren’t cutting funding entirely, but they are being more strategic about which organizations to support.