A Rabbinic Statement Supporting the Lakota Nation in its Opposition to the Dakota Access Pipeline

From the Shalom Center: We are living in the midst of a profound spiritual crisis in American society, expressed in the current election campaign and in many other forms as well. One of the most poignant is the nonviolent protest in North Dakota, led by people of the First Nations, against the imposition of theContinue reading “A Rabbinic Statement Supporting the Lakota Nation in its Opposition to the Dakota Access Pipeline”

Shabbat Hol HaMo’ed Sukkot: We Must (find time to) Celebrate

It is easy to miss our fall Harvest Festival of Sukkot in the stress created by the confluence of the Jewish New Year, marked by Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur, with the start of the school year and the ramping up of fall activities for all of us after what is at least supposed toContinue reading “Shabbat Hol HaMo’ed Sukkot: We Must (find time to) Celebrate”