January 12, 2023
The rise in antisemitism and hate speech on Twitter in recent months has been deeply concerning to us as Jews. Though social media platforms in general must do more to combat hate, Twitter has a particular responsibility to act in this moment.
January 8, 2023
Here is a list of 11 URJ resources your congregation should take advantage of in the new year.
Over 100 Jewish Organizations Join the Union for Reform Judaism to Demand Elon Musk Address Hate Speech on Twitter
In response to rising antisemitism and hate speech on Twitter in recent months, more than 100 Jewish congregations and organizations across North America have joined the Union for Reform Judaism's Religious Action Center to demand Elon Musk take immediate, quantifiable steps toward reducing hate on his platform.
The Union for Reform Judaism condemns the recent judicial reforms proposed by Justice Minister Yariv Levin.
"We celebrate the bipartisan Senate passage of the Respect for Marriage Act, a historic bill that protects marriage equality for same-sex and interracial couples."
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