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Resources from pluralism.org
Aleph: Alliance for Jewish Renewal
Focuses on sacred Jewish partnership with the Divine in the inseparable tasks of healing the world and healing ourselves.
American Jewish Committee (AJC)
Works for the security and continuity of the Jewish people and promotes the basic principles of religious pluralism as the best defense against bigotry.
American Jewish World Service
An international development organization motivated by Judaism’s imperative to pursue justice.
Fights for civil rights and opposes anti-Semitism and all forms of bigotry and discrimination.
A website of the Chabad-Lubavitch organization, intended to "unite Jews worldwide, empower them with knowledge of their 3,300 year-old tradition, and foster within them a deeper connection to Judaism's rituals and faith."
Challenge and Change
A web resource on American Jewish history maintained by the Feinstein Center for American Jewish History at Temple University. Primary audience is middle school educators.
A monthly magazine of the American Jewish Committee.
A Jewish spiritual retreat center providing space for deepening spirituality, including yoga, meditation, healing, and the arts.
A global Jewish student network and organization offering opportunities to explore and celebrate Jewish identity on campus.
A Boston-based Jewish newspaper with wide distribution.
Jewish Reconstructionist Federation
Provides resources for and information about the Reconstructionist movement.
Jewish Theological Seminary
The premier institution of the Conservative movement of American Judaism combines inherited methods of Jewish study with modern techniques.
Judaism and Jewish Resources
A wealth of links.
Jewish Women’s Archive
The mission of the Jewish Women's Archive (JWA) is to uncover, chronicle, and transmit the rich history of American Jewish women.
Jewish Women International
Jewish organization committed to ending the cycle of family violence and to promoting safe homes, healthy relationships and strong women.
An independent Jewish women's quarterly exploring the relationships between Jewish identity and feminism.
Lubavitch World Headquarters
Focuses on bringing non-religious or assimilated Jews back to the path of a deeper Jewish commitment.
Moment: The Magazine of Jewish Culture and Opinion
An independent bi-monthly journal co-founded by Elie Wiesel and Leonard Fein.
National Yiddish Book Center
Rescues, restores, and shares Yiddish books to foster contemporary Jewish creativity.
New Israel Fund
Founded in 1979 to promote equality, fairness and justice for all of Israel's citizens and to strengthen democracy in Israel.
Rabbinical Council of America
A dynamic professional organization serving over 1100 Orthodox Rabbis in the U.S., Canada, Israel and throughout the world.
Tikkun: A Jewish Critique of Politics, Culture, and Society
A bi-monthly magazine providing space for progressive Jewish voices to address critical issues.
U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum
The nation's "living memorial" to the millions of Jews and others murdered by the Nazi regime.
Union for Reform Judaism
A lay body linking Jewish Reform congregations across the U.S.
United Jewish Communities (UJC)
An organization that unites Jewish federations and communities involved in Jewish philanthropic work.