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Yesterday, a notorious far-right pundit, attacked me on Twitter for my support for reproductive rights, implying that supporting an individual’s right to make moral decisions about their own health care is antithetical to Jewish values.
Ready, set, snap! Want to see yourself on the big screen during URJ Biennial 2019? Here’s your chance to share your congregation’s best moments with 5,000 Reform Movement friends.
When I heard the URJ was switching website platforms, I was apprehensive. Once I learned we were moving to WordPress, I was excited to start the migration of our site.
We hope this list of tips and tricks will help you and your fellow advocates take and share powerful photos and videos to help drive your social justice work.
As NFTY and the Reform Movement undertake a reinvigorated campaign to help end gun violence in the United States, we've compiled a few tips and resources for teen activists who want to get involved.
For more than 20 years, the Union for Reform Judaism has offered website support to member congregations. We're upgrading, so learn more about RJ Web Builder 3.0 here.
A new URJ resource rounds up the best advice available online for helping congregational leaders grow and strengthen their social media presence.
Go ahead: Be creative. Browse other congregations’ accounts for ideas and inspiration. And above all else, don’t be afraid to make your account unique, interactive and fun!
Here are 18 ways your synagogue can experiment with Facebook this year. Give ‘em a try and tell us what works best!
Greg Kellner, director at URJ 6 Points Sci-Tech Academy, is the recipient of the 2016 Covenant Foundation Pomegranate Prize, which recognizes rising leaders in the field of Jewish education for their leadership, willingness to take risks, and tremendous promise.
The artwork on this note card was created by 5768 WRJ Art Calendar artist Césan d’Ornellas Levine.
Show your WRJ pride with this zippered canvas bag. Features the phrase "Well-behaved women rarely make history" and the WRJ logo.