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At the Bernard and Audre Rapoport L'Taken Social Justice Seminars, teens from across North America converge on Washington, DC for four days of advocacy and action.
Here are some fun Rosh HaShanah-related blessings, rituals crafts and activities for your family to welcome the new year.
As we emerge from the Days of Awe and prepare to begin our year anew, we must remember one of the central teachings of Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur: atonement and transformation are possible--and a person’s life should not be judged by one mistake.
We’ll take any excuse to indulge in some of our favorite cookie recipes! Here are a few of the Jewishly inspired cookies we love.
You've registered to bring your congregation or group to a L'Taken Social Justice Seminar. We can't wait to welcome you to DC! Now, it's time to explain the program to families, and recruit students to come.
MORE INFORMATION ON FLORIDA'S VOTING RESOTORATION AMENDMENT! Sign up for more phone banking shifts by joining the Jewish Coalition's virtual call team Pledge for Florida Voters to Support Amendment 4 If you were not able to attend our October 21 webinar, feel free to watch this recording. However...
How much do you know about Hanukkah music? Here are eight questions to kindle your enthusiasm (pun absolutely intended!) about music of the holiday.
In the wake of senseless violence, we mourn, we come together, we offer words of condolence – and we ask how we can prevent these tragedies from happening again.
Jewish tradition provides wisdom on how to handle these moments – both as parents and as individuals: Don’t be afraid to learn. Take large actions. Embrace small acts. Tell the stories to your children, and know when to let it go.