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Consultation on Conscience: Making the Ask

Hello my name is Sam Dorow and I’m the Social Action Vice President, serving and elect, from NFTY GER. Going on a train down to DC to the Consultation on Conscience directly after NFTY-GER’s Spring Kallah all I could think of was the fact that I was going to be exhausted. When I stepped out of the cab and into the hotel I knew I was wrong.

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NFTY’s Leaders Past, Present, and Future Debrief AIPAC

The immediate past, current, and incoming NFTY Presidents all attended AIPAC. The conference allowed this cadre to debrief and vision for what the future of Israel engagement in NFTY could look like. Each NFTY President took away something from the conference with different implications for NFTY. The following are three moments that resonated in terms of our connection individually and as a movement to NFTY.

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BBYO and NFTY Make History by Teaming Up

For the first time, NFTY and BBYO Conventions came together for an incredible moment, with over 3,500 Jewish teens all sharing an afternoon of learning together. This is just some of what NFTY teens and youth professionals had to say about their experience:

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NFTY-NAR: The Potential of NFTY-NAR Teen Leadership

On Thursday, January 15, we were invited to speak alongside URJ President, Rabbi Rick Jacobs, and HUC-JIR President, Rabbi Aaron Panken, at the Open House Reception of the URJ Youth Team’s stunning new offices. It was an amazing opportunity to meet so many amazing leaders in the Reform movement and celebrate the team behind the URJ’s groundbreaking youth programs. It was an honor to be able to give our thoughts at the event. The following are our remarks:

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L’Taken: Justice for All

Everyday I go to school and say the Pledge of Allegiance. Every time I say it the last 3 words stick out to me the most. Those three words are “justice for all”. How is it justice for all when people with disabilities still lag behind in the National Average for having a complete education? Are they lacking in their educations because they actually cannot learn or because they are placed in schools where the teachers are not willing to teach the students the way they need to be taught. How is it justice when 29.2% of the disabled people live in poverty because of their lack of education? How is it justice when the people with disabilities are discriminated against for how they look and work to the point where they are often ignored as potential employees?

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NFTY-President: What Can Legislation Do For Us?

Open any newspaper. Immigration is a “crisis” that is nowhere near being resolved. We see other crises boiling at home and abroad, from Ferguson to Damascus to Jerusalem to Gaza. If we use the connections we have to multiply our influence, we will become what we always say we are. We will be a movement.

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