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Intersectionality Is at the Core of Justice for All

Philip Deitch
July 30, 2020

As protests continue throughout each of our communities, don’t wish them to end but instead commit to supporting them until we truly achieve justice for all. Show your support. Cheer on the protestors. Join the protestors. And when you vote, vote for real change.

Hope: The Silver Lining in a Very Dark Cloud

Rabbi Stephen Lewis Fuchs
July 23, 2020

My search for “silver linings” in no way minimizes the toll in suffering, pain, loss, and inconvenience the pandemic is exacting from our lives; I fervently pray it will end soon. Still, I believe that the secret to Jewish survival despite all the hardships and tragedy history has imposed on us is our ability to cling to the hope that things will get better.

Justice Work Doesn't Pause for a Pandemic

Kathryn Fleisher
Zoe Terner
July 22, 2020

This work is our calling, and it doesn’t pause for a pandemic. Instead, we find creative ways to engage and mobilize our communities at a distance.

Two Criteria for Every Zionist to Consider

Rabbi Josh Weinberg
July 21, 2020

The determining factor, in my opinion, as to who can be considered a Zionist and who not, is not dependent on one’s solution for the end of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. It’s not about one state versus two states, nor is it about one’s perspective on the potential annexation of territory. It's about two determining factors.