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Environmental justice refers to our obligation to protect our planet, its resources, and, according to the Environmental Protection Agency, the rights of all people to have “equal access to the decision-making process to have a healthy environment in which to live, learn, and work.”

Economic Justice is the principle that all people should have reliable and sufficient access to food and housing in a given economy. The sub-issues that are typically focused on by advocates for economic justice include hunger, housing and homelessness, labor issues, pay equity, and living and minimum wage

With eight nights to celebrate, Hanukkah is a wonderful holiday for families to enjoy together – especially if there are teens in the house or in your extended family.

How much do you know about Israel? Take this quiz, created by the folks at NFTY - The Reform Jewish Youth Movement.

The Passover Seder is the ultimate educational experience. It is an interactive method of story-telling, a learning (and re-learning) of our people's ancient memory, and navigating through text and time and tradition to make that story our own. Use this resource to engage in a dialogue with your teen, or as a starting point for them to lead a seder table discussion.

While the promise of fun may be the first motivator to join, the long-term effects of the youth group experience drive NFTY’s teens to stay involved in Jewish communal life long after high school has ended. Read on to find out if NFTY is right for your teen.

Spend the most thrilling summer of your life travelling across Israel. Get your hands dirty learning about alternative solutions to environmental and ecological issues. 


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