An enduring dilemma is one that is simultaneously old and new, can only be managed – not solved, and is very much a part of our day-to-day reality. There is no right answer, just two truths that cannot be ignored, and somewhere in the middle is the solution “for now.” How can we apply this idea to post-B’nai Mitzvah engagement?
When I started my job, I spent time getting to know families and what they wanted from educational experiences for their children and for themselves. It was clear there we needed a cohesive vision for lifelong learning, and unclear how learning and engagement were connected, if at all. Now, 3 ½ years later, we’re taking a holistic approach to Jewish lifelong learning.
Thousands of Reform Jews around the United States gathered today to participate in March for Our Lives events in Washington, D.C.
#JewsDemandAction is NFTY’s effort to end gun violence by demanding universal background checks and bans on both assault weapons and high capacity ammunition magazines.
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