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Read the latest updates and learn more about Israeli peace, security, and pluralism issues through a Reform Jewish perspective.

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Fresh Updates from RACBlog: Israel

Fresh Updates from RACBlog: Israel

Prepping for Consultation on Conscience: Advocacy 101
Posted on Friday April 17, 2015

We’re excited to welcome our Consultation on Conscience participants to Washington, D.C. in just over a week! In addition to briefings with public policy decision makers and the Reform Movement’s own social action leaders, we’ll head to Capitol Hill for a lobby day, meeting with Senators and Representatives to lift up our Reform Jewish voices […]

Celebrate Israel on Yom HaAtzmaut and Vote in the World Zionist Congress Elections
Posted on Thursday April 16, 2015

One of the most meaningful things for me to do on Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day, is to look at videos of Israel observing the holiday. Across Israel, loud sirens stop all traffic, business and activity for one minute as people stand at attention and remember. (If you haven’t seen this phenomenon before, I highly […]

At the Consultation: Supporting a Secure, Peaceful Israel
Posted on Tuesday April 14, 2015

The past few months have been eventful for Israelis and those who care about Israel, in more ways than one. At Consultation on Conscience (April 26-28), there will be an opportunity to discuss current issues in Israel on Monday evening at 7:15 PM. The event will feature Rabbi Rick Jacobs, President of the Union for […]

A Vote for ARZA is a Vote for Progressive Zionism: Why We’re on the ARZA Slate
Posted on Monday April 13, 2015

By Shira and friend of the RAC, Ronit Zemel, incoming Assistant Director of Harlam Day Camp In the front hallway of our home growing up was a picture of our great grandfather, Rabbi Solomon Goldman, standing next to Chaim Weizmann at one of the gatherings of the World Zionist Congress in the late 1930s. This […]

Contact Our Legislative Policy Team

For more information, contact Eisendrath Legislative Assistant Jonathan Edelman at (202) 387-2800.