January 17, 2020 Dear friends, We are writing to you, members of the Reform Movement’s most valued and dedicated leaders and volunteers, to let you know that the Town of Warwick, New York, has approved a contract with the URJ for the town to purchase the property at 46 B … [Read more...] about URJ to Sell Kutz Camp to Town of Warwick
Jewish Philanthropy. Chronicled.
Factors of Importance to American Jews
By Steven Windmueller, Ph.D.
this nation prepares for the 2020 election, it is important to
explore the major trends, issues and practices that will shape this
nation’s political culture.
are a few observations:
The 2 … [Read more...] about The Election Season is Upon Us!
What Can We Expect in 2020
By Yoni Stadlin [This is the first article in a series about the connection between Jewish identity, food, and the natural environment, written by grantees and partners of The Covenant Foundation.] “One touch of nature makes the whole world kin.” ~Shakespeare For tho … [Read more...] about To Love Judaism, Be Jewish in Nature-Based Community
By Jayme Epstein and Fran Zamore As White people around the country are becoming more aware of their advantage and the persistence of anti-Black racism, there is an increasing desire to learn more about the history of systemic and structural racism in the United States. This … [Read more...] about One Synagogue’s Experience with a Racial Justice Discussion Group
By Arielle Levy and Julie Greengard When you find yourself organizing workshops or any kind of learning sessions for adults, the last thing you want to do is unintentionally make a participant feel unwelcome or invisible, or make it hard for participants to absorb the content … [Read more...] about Designing Engaging and Inclusive Workshops