The Reform Movement strongly opposes the nomination of Senator Sessions as Attorney General.
Join the Religious Action Center staff and other Reform Jews participating in the Women’s March on Washington for a Shabbat worship experience
on Saturday, January 21, 2017 at the Hyatt Regency Washington to Nosh, Pray and March.
Under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), almost 23 million previously uninsured Americans gained health care coverage. Urge your Member of Congress to preserve the ACA and ensure millions of Americans maintain their access to healthcare.
As we have in the past, the RAC is gathering questions from members of the Reform Movement to aid the Senate in its consideration of President-elect Trump's executive branch nominations.
Despite President Obama's 2012 executive order to protect DREAMers, participants in and applicants to DACA are once again vulnerable for deportation. Urge your Members of Congress to support the Bridge Act (S. 128), a bipartisan piece of legislation that would allow DACA recipients and those eligible for DACA to apply for “provisional protected presence” and work authorization for a three-year period.
A Congregation can take a stand on public policy issues without compromising its tax-exempt status, as long as it does not endorse any particular candidate for office. Learn more about this distinction and other important ways your synagogue can speak truth to power.
This webinar will include both Jewish text and a range of programmatic materials to help your synagogue encourage constructive disagreement and to observe the 9th of Adar. Register now to attend on January 26, 2017 at 2:30pm ET.
Join us in Washington, DC for a timely Movement-wide conversation about social justice in North America. Held April 30-May 2, 2017, Consultation brings together Reform Jewish advocates and allies to chart our path forward.
For teens and young adults that want to get involved in social justice work, take a look at the following opportunities.
Watch our past webinars to learn how the Reform Movement is reacting and responding to the new political climate in North America.
The Reflect page contains links to materials designed for synagogues and communities to spur learning and conversation about racial diversity, about the deep racial disparities that afflict our society, about how we as Reform Jews can join the struggle for racial justice.
Follow the RAC on social media to stay up-to-date with the best ways to help the Reform Movement advocate for social justice in North America. We frequently post about Action Alerts, public statements, and relevant initiatives from around the United States and Canada.
Signing up to receive RAC email is a terrific way to stay informed about the work of Jewish social justice and of the Religious Action Center. We have a few lists that may suit your specific interests and needs, but remember to sign up for the 'Now' list for in-the-moment updates and calls to action.