Meet the 2022-23 Kol Koleinu Fellows

Talking With Teens: Reproductive Rights & Sexual Health

Resources from our Raising Up Teens with Moving Traditions webinar for parents and educators


Celebrating Pride Month

Resources to demystify teen language on gender

CultureShift Jewish Summer Camp Initiative

Learn more about how Moving Traditions is working with camp leaders on navigating and gender and communicating healthy boundaries at camp.

Moving Traditions Appoints New CEO

Read about Shuli Karkwosky and the upcoming transition.


Moving Traditions emboldens Jewish youth to challenge gender stereotyping and other forms of discrimination and to pursue personal wholeness (shleimut), caring connections (hesed), and a just and equitable world (tzedek).

Facing This New Reality Together

Last week, ironically under the façade of an originalist interpretation that honors history, the conservative justices of the United States Supreme Court spat upon legal precedent, upon decades and decades of established law, and upon the popular will of the people as measured through opinion surveys. It did the very thing courts are never supposed to do – it imposed a rank partisan interpretation and ignored multitudes of decisions made by that very court and lower federal courts for half a century.

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Never Again? Reflecting on the War in Ukraine this Passover

Many teens have watched the war in Ukraine unfold on social media—on Instagram, TikTok, and Reddit. They have seen remnants of razed buildings, Ukrainian refugees crowding onto trains, men hugging their families before leaving to fight for their country.

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Demystifying Teen Language Around Gender Resources

From our “Demystifying Teen Language on Gender” webinar on April 5, 2022—we offer the following resources for parents and educators for understanding teen language on gender: what it represents, and why it matters to teens; and other resources for supporting trans, nonbinary, and gender expansive teens in your lives.

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