Peoplehood & Community

Here for Each Other

Who is your community? Who are your people?
Who do you mobilize with?
Let’s be there for each other.

Who is your community? Who are your people?
Who do you mobilize with?
Let’s be there for each other.

The Yamim Project
The Yamim Project
A Resource for Rethinking How We Commemorate Yom HaZikaron & Yom HaAtzmaut.
The Yamim Project
The Yamim Project
Gift Giving as a Form of Advocacy
Mishloach Manot: Gift Giving as a Form of Advocacy
How can the mitzvah of Mishloach Manot on Purim, be used as a tool for action and advocacy for the hostages?
Mishloach Manot: Gift Giving as a Form of Advocacy
Mishloach Manot: Gift Giving as a Form of Advocacy
Mutual Responsibility & Redeeming Captives
Mutual Responsibility & Redeeming Captives: The Jewish Imperative
Maimonides wrote: ‘There is no greater mitzvah than the redemption of captives’. Why is this so?
Mutual Responsibility & Redeeming Captives: The Jewish Imperative
Mutual Responsibility & Redeeming Captives: The Jewish Imperative
Family First?
Family First?
Are we allowed to “care” more for our family or chosen family than for others?
Family First?
Family First?
׳Our Hands Did Not Shed this Blood׳
׳Our Hands Did Not Shed this Blood׳: Leadership at a Time of Community Crisis
Who is responsible for accidental death? What is the responsibility of leaders at a time of community crisis?
׳Our Hands Did Not Shed this Blood׳: Leadership at a Time of Community Crisis
׳Our Hands Did Not Shed this Blood׳: Leadership at a Time of Community Crisis
The Yamim Project
Gift Giving as a Form of Advocacy
Mutual Responsibility & Redeeming Captives
Family First?
Anyone who is distressed together with the
community,
will merit seeing the consolation of the community
Talmud Taanit
The 
#BringThemHomeNow 
Educational Toolkit
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