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Central Conference of American Rabbis (CCAR): Health Care (1976) National Health Care (1991) Health Care Reform (1993) Health Care without Harm (1998) Prescription Drugs (2003) Women of Reform Judaism (WRJ): Universal Access to Health Care (1991)
Central Conference of American Rabbis (CCAR) CCAR Resolution on Hunger in America (2016) Economic Justice (1987) Workplace Fairness (1993) Living Wage Campaigns (1999) Women of Reform Judaism (WRJ) Hunger (1969) Social and Economic Justice (1987) Economic Justice (2001) Tax and Budget Concerns (2005
Central Conference of American Rabbis (CCAR) 1976: Prayer in Schools 1984: Religion in the Public Schools 1985: Religious Tests for Federal Judges 1987: Religion and the Public Schools 1991: Free Exercise of Religion and the Religious Freedom Restoration Act of 1991 Women of Reform Judaism (WRJ)
Central Conference of American Rabbis: Resolution on Women’s Suffrage (1917) Resolution on Affirmative Action and Equal Rights (1973) Resolution on the Equal Rights Amendment (1975, 1979, 1982) Joint Task Force on Women (1979) Economic Justice for Women (1984) Resolution on Violence Against Women
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In the past, I’ve been intimidated by Passover, especially by the course of the meal and by dietary restrictions that have led to my fear of bread. This year, as a person in recovery, I know that if I were to stop eating bread, I would continue to be beholden to my eating disorder.
Matzah is easily Passover’s most recognizable food, but every year, it seems to be the subject of criticism by people who aren’t thrilled about the prospect of eating it for a whole week. Fret not: It’s easy to transform your matzah into something you love!
Whether you observe seven or eight days of Passover and its dietary restrictions, get ready to indulge in chameitz (leavened foods) as it ends.
There are plenty of ways to observe Yom HaAtzmaut from home during this time of quarantine. Choose one or all of the following options to celebrate and demonstrate your love of Israel on the anniversary of her independence!