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“The humanitarian crisis triggered by President Trump’s sudden withdrawal of U.S. troops from the Turkish-Syrian border is senseless, painful, and must end."
"The Reform Jewish Movement mourns the death of U.S. Representative Elijah E. Cummings. Representative Cummings was a staunch advocate for racial justice and civil rights, working closely with the Reform Jewish community, in Baltimore and Washington, D.C., to address these and other critical issues, including relationships across lines of difference and a strong U.S.- Israel relationship."
Our prayers are with Jacob Blake and his family as he begins a long road of physical and emotional recovery. Our hands are outstretched and ready to do the work necessary to end systemic racism.
“We are chilled and outraged by recent reports detailing the detention of children in hotels, lacking access to proper care, in danger of abuse and predation, and expelled from the US without due process and in circumvention of international and domestic asylum laws."
Today, the URJ and CCAR joined with the Conservative and Reconstructionist Movements to issue a statement affirming our historic and ongoing close partnership with the ADL and our commitment to continuing to work in broad coalitions across lines of faith and race to heal what is broken in our world.