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Everyone Counts: A New Toolkit to Inspire Learning and Action to Free the Hostages in Gaza

Initiated by the Bring Hersh Home advocacy, M² and Kol HaOt launch a new website of educational resources to inspire sustained awareness and concrete action for hostage liberation (Pidyon Shvuyim) Rachel Goldberg, mother of Hersh Goldberg-Polin, who was taken hostage on October 7th: ” With Everyone Counts, communities across the world have a powerful and...
January 19, 2024
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Educators Responding to the Israel-Hamas War: Survey Report

This report delves into the experiences of Jewish professionals post-October 7th, navigating isolation and uncertainty. Seeking clarity, safety, and hope, they grapple with fundamental questions about the unfolding events and their implications.
NOVEMBER 2023
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NOVEMBER 2023 NEWSLETTER

New Values In Action Courses | Workshops and Resources to Meet the Moment | What we’re learning from the Pulse Check Survey | Job Opening | Wellbeing RF fellows at the Z3 Conference | Welcome Aboard, Mordy Labaton | ‘Showing up’ as a Timely Form of Jewish Education, and more…
December 4, 2023
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New poll finds Jewish educators around the world facing similar challenges post-Oct. 7; safety concerns prevail

In questionnaire, 1,500 teachers, clergy and engagement professionals say students feel unsafe, confused and isolated, but also curious about Israel and Judaism.
October 24, 2023
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May our children return home safely

We are heartbroken and devastated by the horrific situation in Israel. Our hearts and prayers are with our staff, alumni, participants, community members, and loved ones who are experiencing unfathomable pain and fear, and who are in mourning. We pray for the recovery of all who have been injured, for the safe return of those...
November 27, 2023
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March for Israel

September 27, 2023
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