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From August to November, the Reform Jewish Movement will be partnering with the NAACP, the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law and the PICO National Network, as well as other non-partisan entities to bring Nitzavim to communities across the country and protect the right to vote this election year.
When we say "Purim," three-cornered cookies are one of the first things that come to mind for many people. But where did they come from? Learn about the history of hamantaschen and browse a selection of recipes for all types of hamantaschen, both sweet and savory.
Following tragedies, especially those that are manmade, people of all ages have questions about how a good God could let terrible tragedies happen.
Matzah ball soup is one of the most recognizable Passover dishes, indeed, Jewish dishes, ever. As with any classic dish, there are many ways to make it, all of them delicious in different ways. We have collected some of our favorite recipes here for you.
Shushan Purim is a unique day in the cycle of Jewish holidays. Purim is the only holiday whose date depends on where you happen to celebrate it. For most of the world, Purim occurs on the 14th of Adar. However, if you happen to reside in Jerusalem or the city of Shushan (where the story of Purim took place) Purim is on the 15th of Adar. Therefore, the observance is called "Shushan Purim."
In the 2017-2018 L’Taken season, the RAC is offering programming designed specifically for students returning to L’Taken for a second time on the weekends listed below.
The Wise Child, the Wicked Child, the Simple Child, and the Child Who Does Not Know What to Ask frame a discussion on racial justice for your seder table.
Join the magical “Sparks” Gabi and Rafael as they teach a lesson in hospitality to the Plony family members, who are too distracted to hear the doorbell ringing when their cousin arrives from Israel. Watch the video and engage in discussions and activities to extend the lessons.