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Violence Against Women

Read the latest updates and learn more about our work to end violence against women through a Reform Jewish perspective.

Violence Against Women

Fresh Updates from RACBlog: Violence Against Women

Fresh Updates from RACBlog: Violence Against Women

Not Enough: The Ongoing Fight for Women’s Liberation
Posted on Thursday March 26, 2015

As a kid, “Dayenu” was perhaps my favorite Jewish holiday song. It’s catchy, it’s upbeat, and, if you sing the full 15 verses, it goes on forever. With “Dayenu,” we express our thanks for the myriad miracles that took place at the time of the Exodus. We sing that each was so powerful that one […]

L’Taken Student Lobbies to End to Violence Against Women
Posted on Tuesday March 10, 2015

Over the course of six L’Taken seminars this winter, I had the opportunity to work with inspiring groups of teen advocates dedicated to ending violence against women. At the final seminar of this season, Sasha Halpern, from Temple Brith Achim in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, connected Jewish values to a powerful personal story to implore […]

Beyond Candy Hearts: Reflecting on Healthy Relationships This Valentine’s Day
Posted on Wednesday February 04, 2015

As Valentine’s Day approaches, many of us are thinking more and more about relationships. It’s hard not to, what with the never-ending stacks of pink and red candy lining grocery store aisles. Whether you’re planning a special date with a valentine or asking the age-old question, “Will you be my valentine,” healthy relationships are important […]

For Women in the Pascua Yaqui Tribe, A Chance for Justice
Posted on Tuesday February 03, 2015

When I think of Indian reservations, and the laws that govern them, the first things I think about are always casinos. Driving down I-95 from Jacksonville to Miami each year to visit my relatives, we would always pass huge billboards advertising a casino with a strange name to me—Miccosukee—that implored us to stop in on […]

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