By Bob Hyfler What ails the structures of the Jewish world is not a question of mission, division of labor or form, nor the absence of leadership. It is the absence of an informed, sustained, multi-generation conversation among the many on our collective challenges and … [Read more...] about Structures as if People Matter: A Quick Response to Steven Windmueller
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By Steven Windmueller, Ph.D.
Jewish communities are directly affected by external trends. While all of the data introduced here is generic to the future of California, these findings will significantly and directly impact the quality and well being of Golden State … [Read more...] about The New California Reality:
How Demographic Trends and Economic Forces Will Be Reshaping Jewish Life in the Golden State
By Marylin E. Kingston, Ph.D.
and Steven Windmueller, Ph.D.
In attending community gatherings, including such activities as lectures, rallies, films, fund raising events and community dinners, we seem to see the “same folks” everywhere. Why is that the case?
This assertion … [Read more...] about The Same Jewish Crowd!
Who’s Showing Up and Why
By Steven Windmueller As we are set to observe Yom HaShoah, we are confronted with a new political reality. In this state of social madness, commentators and writers link all forms of hate and all acts of violence as a singular expression about our contemporary society. Why is … [Read more...] about Reflections on these Unsettling Times
By Steven Windmueller, Ph.D. At this season of our moving from the narrow places that shaped our past to the possibilities of a new tomorrow, we find a Jewish community that is at a significant crossroads in its American journey. Today, external forces are undermining the … [Read more...] about In this Season of our Liberation: American Jews Confront Themselves