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Don't miss out!The Book Launch Panel of The Pearl and the Flame is happening TONIGHT!Register for this free event here: aleph.org/civicrm/event/register/?reset=1&id=465This panel of leaders in the fields of Jewish social justice, spirituality, and environmental education and activism will discuss insights and implications of Margalit’s new book, The Pearl and the Flame.The Panel:Rabbi Sid Schwarz, PhD, moderator — Senior Fellow at Hazon, director of Clergy Leadership Incubator (CLI) and Kenissa: Communities of Meaning NetworkRabbi Natan Margalit, PhD — Chair of Rabbinic Texts Department, ALEPH Ordination Program; Director of Earth-Based Judaism Program and Organic TorahMichal Smart — Chief Program Officer, Institute of Jewish SpiritualityRabbi Laura Bellows — Director of Spiritual Activism and Education, Dayenu: A Jewish Call for Climate ActionIn the words of Rabbi Ellen Bernstein, one of the pioneers of Jewish environmentalism, this book “illuminates the radical ecological nature of ancient Jewish thinking. Through personal stories and exploration of the most cutting-edge ecological thinking, Rabbi Margalit brings to life the wisdom of the rabbis, who understood that the meaning of life is forged by creating connections. At this time of such brokenness, The Pearl and The Flame inspires us to find creative new ways to make the world whole again.” ... See MoreSee Less
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Join National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW) TODAY for a Jewish Community Briefing at 1:30pm ET on June 28 with Center for Reproductive Rights, the litigators in the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health case, and Physicians for Reproductive Health to learn more about what the decision means and the impact it’s having on the ground. There will be ways for you to take action and stay in the fight for abortion access. Register below and mark your calendars for a teach-in on Jewish sources around abortion justice with Rabbi Danya Ruttenberg on Thursday, July 14 at 1:30pm ET. You can register at the same link.secure.everyaction.com/pkxLavCbnEeZPYxakXGogA2 ... See MoreSee Less
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Tomorrow night!! Book Launch Panel of "The Pearl and the Flame: A Journey into Jewish Wisdom and Ecological Thinking"Date: Tuesday, June 28Time: 7:30 – 8:30 PM ET (4:30 – 5:30 PM PT)Cost: FREELed by: Rabbi Natan Margalit, PhDDescription:This panel of leaders in the fields of Jewish social justice, spirituality, and environmental education and activism will discuss insights and implications of Margalit’s new book, "The Pearl and the Flame."The Panel:Rabbi Sid Schwarz, PhD, moderator — Senior Fellow at Hazon, director of Clergy Leadership Incubator (CLI) and Kenissa: Communities of Meaning NetworkRabbi Natan Margalit, PhD — Chair of Rabbinic Texts Department, ALEPH Ordination Program; Director of Earth-Based Judaism Program and Organic TorahMichal Smart — Chief Program Officer, Institute for Jewish SpiritualityRabbi Laura Bellows — Director of Spiritual Activism and Education, Dayenu: A Jewish Call to Climate ActionIn the words of Rabbi Ellen Bernstein, one of the pioneers of Jewish environmentalism, this book “illuminates the radical ecological nature of ancient Jewish thinking. Through personal stories and exploration of the most cutting-edge ecological thinking, Rabbi Margalit brings to life the wisdom of the rabbis, who understood that the meaning of life is forged by creating connections. At this time of such brokenness, The 'Pearl and The Flame' inspires us to find creative new ways to make the world whole again.” If you wish to purchase a copy of Rabbi Margalit’s book, "The Pearl and the Flame," you may do so at the link below.Learn more and register at www.aleph.org/virtualprograms ... See MoreSee Less
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We are deeply saddened and angered by today’s Supreme Court decision. If you’re feeling the same, we encourage you to join the National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW)’s Jewish Vigil for Abortion Justice today at 4 pm ET.As we head into Shabbat, it may be difficult to feel a sense of peace at this moment. We are holding all women, girls, and people who are able to be pregnant close to our hearts at this time.Today’s Supreme Court decision represents an overwhelming loss, a horrific betrayal, and a violation of bodily autonomy, individual agency, and religious freedom. The fight isn’t over, but today, we will hold space for anger, sorrow, and grief. Today at 4pm ET, join our CEO Sheila Katz, Scholar-in-Residence Rabbi Danya Ruttenberg, and rabinnical students Koach Baruch Frazier and Arielle Korman for a community virtual vigil as we mourn the loss of federal protections for abortion, and prepare ourselves for the work ahead.Register for the Zoom link: www.ncjw.org/vigil ... See MoreSee Less
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