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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...

Listen to Rabbi Dantowitz’s Interview on WNYC Radio

Rabbi Dantowitz was interviewed on WNYC’s  Brian Lehrer Show, (Jamie Flynn of All Things Considered filled in this morning) to discuss the Temple’s work with Syrian refugees, which she has spearheaded. You can listen to the interview here. And we can still...
Get ready to show your Pride!

Get ready to show your Pride!

Scheduled before the attack happened at Pulse nightclub in Orlando,  Livingston is hosting its first Rainbow Flag Raising Ceremony at the Town Oval on Thursday, June 23, beginning at 7:00 PM. Kal v’chomer-all the more so, this is a meaningful opportunity to...
A Vigil Against Gun Violence and Homophobia

A Vigil Against Gun Violence and Homophobia

June 13, 2016 8 Sivan 5776 Livingston Town Hall In the wake of the bloodshed in Orlando, an area vigil was held Monday evening at Livingston Town Hall. Rabbi Dantowitz, who has been active in gun violence prevention efforts in the state, was among the speakers. Below...
AJWS Policy Summit

AJWS Policy Summit

This year I am a Rabbinic Global Justice Fellow with American Jewish World Service (AJWS). AJWS is committed to helping developing nations around the globe and its “We Believe” campaign launched last year specifically focuses on getting the International Violence...

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