Welcome: A Text Study from URJ

Our roots as a Jewish People began in hospitality. Learn our origins with this text study from URJ’s audacious hospitality toolkit. Please follow and like us:Favorite

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Observe: A Text Study from URJ

Set the correct intention in your engagement activities with this resource from URJ’s Audacious Hospitality Toolkit. Please follow and like us:Favorite

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Learn: A Text Study from URJ

Discuss how you learn about yourself and others in this Jewish resource from URJ. Please follow and like us:Favorite

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Honor: A Text Study from URJ

This Jewish Learning resource provides discussion for how we respect and honor all members of our community and organization. Please follow and like us:Favorite

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Do: A Text Study from URJ

This text study covers the practical actions one can do to increase inclusivity in their community or organization. Please follow and like us:Favorite

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Lead: A Text Study from URJ

Use this text study from URJ’s Audacious Hospitality to discuss how one becomes a leader in a Jewish frame. Please follow and like us:Favorite

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Jewish Resources from Keshet

Suggested Resources for Jewish Educators, Parents, and Youth Program Leaders: a focused list of key resources that may be most helpful to Jewish educators. Please follow and like us:Favorite

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Set the Table for Every Student

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Jewish Quotes and Sources from Yachad, The National Jewish Council for Disabilities

Yachad, The National Jewish Council for Disabilities is a thriving global organization dedicated to addressing the needs of all Jewish individuals with disabilities and ensuring their inclusion in every aspect of Jewish life. Our inclusive design aims to ensure persons with […]

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INTERVIEW Can Yehuda Kurtzer’s Doctrine Of Pluralism Heal The Divides In The Jewish Community?Across the great divide…BY STEVE LIPMAN March 8, 2018

“It’s hard to pray together. It’s hard to do political activism together. The only thing we can do together is study.” Can Yehuda Kurtzer’s Doctrine Of Pluralism Heal The Divides In The Jewish Community? Please follow and like us:Favorite

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