Poems for Reflecting on the Israeli Palestinian Conflict

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Kol Koleinu: Teen Feminist Fellowship

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Zoom-mitzvahs moving the bar on tradition - comment

By Howard Blas, The Jerusalem Post February 28, 2021 One year ago, no one had ever heard of a Zoom bar or bat mitzvah. They now rival Zoom weddings, baby namings, brisses, funerals and shivas as the most popular online Jewish rituals to attend during a pandemic. Zoom bnai mitvahs may be the only ritual with research and best practices, thanks to Moving Traditions and their Zoom-Mitzvah 101: A Moving Traditions Guide to Thinking Creatively About Pandemic B’nai Mitzvahs guide.

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Kol Koleinu Fellowship Develops Change-Making Jewish Teen Feminist Activists

By Esther D. Kustanowitz, Jewish Journal October 12, 2020 Founded by Moving Traditions, Kol Koleinu is open to Jewish high school students nationwide. Fellows learn about gender analysis, feminism and social change, teach their peers and complete feminist activist projects. In previous years, the group met monthly virtually and then in-person a few times a year. This year, all planned gatherings are virtual.

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Blessing for B’nai Mitzvah Impacted by the Coronavirus

Mazal Tov to you and your family. Know that your family and friends, those who are near and those who are farther than they wanted to be are celebrating you today. And our Jewish community and world is welcoming you with jazz hands, with appropriate distance—but most importantly with abundance of pride and love.

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