Jun 23, 2022

** Announcing the Publication of "All Who Can Protest: A Rabbinic Call to End The American Gun Violence Epidemic"!! **

 ** SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT **

Dear Friends,

All Who Can Protest: A Rabbinic Call to End The American Gun Violence Epidemic” is now live! My fellow editors Rabbis Rachel Timoner, Michelle Dardashti, and Isaiah Rothstein and I are deeply appreciative of the 37 new contributions from rabbinic colleagues representing a rich tapestry Jewish expression, united in voice to End the American Gun Violence Epidemic. The second section of the book contains excerpts from the first 3 Rabbis Against Gun Violence anthologies: Peace in Our Cities (2013), Not By Might (2016), and Holding Fast (2018)

For the Table of contents and contributor bios, click here: https://tinyurl.com/AllWhoCanProtest01 )

(The Kindle version will likely not be available for a month or so.)

Especially today, when the Senate might sign into law the first (very small) step forward on American Gun Reform and when the US Supreme Court blocked New York's law banning guns in public, we know we have much work to do together.

We're proud to amplify each other's voices in society, and are ready to continue this urgently important work in the world.

Please share news of the book’s publication, tagging fellow authors, so that we can generate good buzz and strong circulation!

For now, dear friends, from our hearts, thank you.

May our world be blessed with health, safety, dignity, and peace.

Kol Tuv,

Menachem

Jun 16, 2022

Jun 14, 2022

Holding onto the Light (recorded June 14, 2017)

It's possible to look at any week's Torah reading, and then news headlines that are happening all around. And to wonder: is there a connection? And then you find a connection. You find yourself grounded in the text and in the world. And then something else happens. So you recalibrate. And then something else happens. And then you wonder: can I keep on doing this? Can I keep on adjusting to the moment? How can I hold onto the light? (originally recorded June 14, 2017)

Jun 8, 2022

Stand Up & Get Loud: The Call of (Women's) Leadership - in honor of Laurie Girsky, upon completing 3 years of leading UJA Women


Stand Up & Get Loud: The Call of (Women's) Leadership
in honor of Laurie Girsky, upon completing 3 years of leading UJA Women.
Wednesday, June 8, 2022

Jun 7, 2022

Morning Torah: Share Blessing! (Broadcast #561)


Rabbi Menachem Creditor has been broadcasting Morning Torah on UJA-Federation of New York's Facebook page every weekday since March 18, 2020. This video was originally shared there (the 561st live broadcast) on June 6, 2022. 

#ParashatNaso #Naso #Torah #Commentary

** Announcing the Publication of "All Who Can Protest: A Rabbinic Call to End The American Gun Violence Epidemic"!! **

  ** SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT ** Dear Friends, “ All Who Can Protest: A Rabbinic Call to End The American Gun Violence Epidemic ” is now live! M...