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In the context of over a decade of significant economic setbacks, including the Great Recession (December 2007-June 2009), there are too many Americans struggling against poverty. While we have seen some positive changes in the economy – such as lower unemployment – the Economic Policy Institute...
The RAC L'Taken Team is pleased to offer a 1-day, in-person Capital L'Taken in the DC Metro area. This program is open to delegations within driving distance that will not need to stay overnight.
The deposit, cancellation and refund policies for groups attending 2022-2023 L'Taken weekends.
This month, as we highlight disability inclusion and work toward disability inclusion in our Jewish communities all year long, here are five easy ways to be an individual ally to people with disabilities.
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Lift your voice and tell your Senators and Representatives totake action on these important policy issues that affect working families: Support the Equal Rights Amendment Urge Congress to Support SNAP Support Housing for Low-Income Families Pass the Paycheck Fairness Act Raise the Minimum Wage...
The attitude of Reform Judaism toward labor and social justice was formulated at the thirtieth biennial convention of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations (now the URJ), following a long and heated discussion of the subject.
In 2001, the Commission on Social Action of Reform Judaism issued this memo to Union for Reform Judaism congregations, with the recommendation that parents withdraw their children from non-Reform affiliated Boy Scouts of America (BSA) troops, or that they work to encourage the BSA to change its...
Nate and his classmates are working on their Purim costumes. All the boys in his class are planning to wear superhero costumes, but Nate loves aliens and would like to dress as an alien. Reluctantly, Nate decides to dress like the other boys as a superhero -- until one of his dads reminds Nate of the Purim story.