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Reform Jewish students at March for Our Lives

As a follow-up to last month’s March for Our Lives, Reform Jewish young people have designated April 10th as a National Call-In Day for Gun Violence Prevention.

Logan Zinman Gerber
Jewish young adult holding a sign about gun violence prevention in front of a March for Our Lives banner

We are urging Congress to pass comprehensive legislation that would improve public safety, prevent gun violence, and save lives. After you've made your call, let us know how it went!

NFTY: The Reform Jewish Youth Movement
Two young girls with signs at the March for Our Lives

At this Passover season, our children – the wise ones, the motivated ones, the angry ones, and the fearful ones – are asking us their own four questions.

Rabbi Marla J. Feldman
Two teens in tallitot holding gun violence prevention signs at a recent march

Marching this weekend was only part of our journey to end gun violence in America. Our march didn’t end when we headed home. 

Zachary Herrmann
People sitting at a seder table

Here are seven resources from ReformJudaism.org and elsewhere in the Jewish world you can use to help you create the best seder ever.

Jane E. Herman
Eagle soaring with sunset behind

What adults could not accomplish, our teens have begun to make happen, changing the course of our country’s history.

Rabbi Bradd H. Boxman
Array of sports equipment, incluing tennis racket and ball, baseball in a glove, baseball bat, football, soccer ball, and basketball

In the aftermath of the Parkland shooting, we are inspired by America’s teens and heartened by the leadership businesses are showing to confront gun violence.

Rabbi Danny Burkeman and Cantor Hollis Schachner
Spa towel, candles, rocks, and green leaves arrayed against a wood backdrop

to an array of social justice issues can make it difficult to find time to take care of my own well-being. What’s the best way to find the right balance?

Sylvia Levy
Two hands, painted like a globe, forming a heart

I play a game when I read the paper, posing these questions: Which stories will fade quickly? Which will we remember years from now? Which will change our world forever?

Rabbi Michael L. Feshbach
Teens with march signs in front of the Capitol Building

Here are nine ideas to ensure your signs – like your voices – reflect your Jewish values at gun violence prevention marches and rallies this Shabbat.

Kate Kaput

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