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Social Action - Tikkun Olam - Repairing the World

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Submit Nominations for the Commission on Social Action

The Commission on Social Action is accepting nominations for At-Large Members, and we are seeking your recommendations for candidates for two-year terms beginning January 2014. Membership on the CSA is an opportunity to participate in one of the most vibrant, fascinating social justice missions of the Reform Movement. Visit the RAC website to learn more and submit a nominee.

Just Congregations
Do you want your temple to respond effectively and powerfully to the systemic causes of injustice? Congregation-Based Community Organizing enables synagogues to address these questions through internal conversations and work in powerful coalitions across lines of race, class, and faith. Check out our Just Congregations Initiative.

Temple Emanuel
Temple Emanuel (Greensboro, NC) received a Fain Social Action Award Honorable Mention for Run for Shelter, a run-walk to combat chronic homelessness.

Connect with the Religious Action Center
Religious Action Center of Reform JudaismThe RAC is the hub of Jewish social justice and legislative activity in Washington DC, working on over 60 different advocacy issues. More

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Greening Reform Judaism

Greening Reform JudaismGreening Reform Judaism promotes sh'mirat ha-adamah - protection and renewal of the world. Find Jewish study and holiday resources, programming materials, resources to help your congregation green your building and tools to advocate for environmental rights.  More

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Saving Kenya - One Net at a Time
Nothing But NetsThrough the Nothing But Nets campaign, Rabbi Marla Feldman helped deliver insecticide-treated bed nets to Dadaab, the world's largest refugee camp. More

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