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Letters: Awareness Becoming Action

How can citizen-activists embody symbiotic solutions as we transition from our petroleum-pharmaceutical-addicted cyber-culture to an interfaith social permaculture—one that inspires, educates, and mobilizes peoples of diverse religious backgrounds?

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An English Rabbi’s Civil Rights Journey in Alabama

I was in Birmingham following a mission to Montgomery with 35 rabbis and other Jewish leaders, on a trip organized by T’ruah: The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights, to visit the incredible Legacy Museum and the National Memorial for Peace and Justice. 

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Divine Reflections

Morah Yehudis reflects on "Oh My God," the recent Theater Or production at the Boulder JCC featuring Rabbi Marc Soloway playing God.

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New Program Is Training Secular Humanistic Jewish Officiants

The International Institute for Secular Humanistic Judaism (IISHJ) held its first class gathering for its newest program, the Officiant Program. The goal of the Officiant Program is to train and certify professionals to create and lead meaningful Secular Humanistic Jewish celebrations of the life cycle.

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Boulder JCC Announces 8 Days Left in Historic Campaign

The leadership of the Boulder JCC is thrilled to announce the end date for this historic campaign. On October 1, 2018, the Cornerstone Capital Campaign will officially conclude.

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Israeli Native Alon Day To Make Historic Nascar Cup Series Debut

Alon Day, the first driver from Israel to ever compete in NASCAR’S top series, will make his 2018 Cup Series debut on September 22 in the Federated Auto Parts 400 at Richmond Raceway, Richmond, VA.  

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UpStart Launches Colorado Teen Fellowship

UpStart Colorado’s Teen Fellowship will open its applications to Jewish high school students with an appetite for creating change, openness to feedback, and a commitment to collaboratively pursuing an idea that will inspire their community.

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