Katharine Nasielski

Morsi's Egypt

Katharine Nasielski
December 10, 2012
It’s so easy to make blanket statements like: “Morsi is no different than Mubarak” or “A Muslim Brotherhood victory in Egypt means the end of its treaty with Israel” or “Morsi’s influence in brokering the cease-fire between Hamas and Israel proves that a Morsi Egypt is good for Israel.”

Hanukkah: More Than Just Presents?

Katharine Nasielski
December 7, 2012
This weekend, we will gather together with family or friends (or, if you’re on the RAC staff, with 215 high school students at L’Taken) around the Chanukah lights, spin the dreidel, eat latkes and sufganyot and engage in the great “applesauce or sour cream” debate.

Military Women Deserve Equal Health Care

Katharine Nasielski
November 12, 2012

Today, as we celebrate the valor and sacrifices made by our veterans both at home and abroad, I cannot help but stop to think about those members of our military who are “less equal” than others.

Happy Diwali!

Katharine Nasielski
November 12, 2012

On behalf of the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism, we wish the Hindu people a joyous and auspicious Diwali!

Historically, the Reform Jewish Movement has been the leading body within the Jewish religious community committed to the development of