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Civil Rights Journey─Pursuing Justice

Civil Rights Journey─Pursuing Justice

Trip: 11/30-12/3      14 Kislev-16 Kislev 5778 Temple B’nai Abraham on Etgar (Challenge) by Rabbi Faith Joy Dantowitz, 12/6/17 Tzedek tzedek tirdof. [Deuteronomy 16]-Justice, justice, you shall pursue. These three words were the cornerstone of my senior sermon in...
Praying with My Feet

Praying with My Feet

Ministers March for Justice, Washington, DC  on August 28, 2017 & Livingston Candlelight Vigil : Unite against Hate on September 4, 2017 by Rabbi Faith Joy Dantowitz On August 28, the 54th anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Dream,  3,000 ministers and lay...
Sh’ma Koleinu—WRN Convention in Baltimore

Sh’ma Koleinu—WRN Convention in Baltimore

The Women’s Rabbinic Network is an organization for women rabbis of the Reform movement. This year’s biennial convention was held in Baltimore last week, and the theme for our time together was Sh’ma Koleinu—hear our voices. The goal of the convention was to learn...
Why I Marched by  Rabbi Faith Joy Dantowitz

Why I Marched by Rabbi Faith Joy Dantowitz

January 27 was International Holocaust Remembrance Day. The White House’s statement for the day did not mention Jews. Rather than admit a mistake, the White House has gone on to defend this glaring omission. I agree with Professor Deborah Lipstadt (the film Denial is...

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