Telling the story at #Passover of the Israelites’ liberation from slavery has inspired generations to work for a better world. This Passover, in this challenging time, we invite you to download our new Seder supplement and share your family stories of overcoming adversity using #SederStory.Continue Reading →
So much about Passover is likely to be different this year for most of us—and yet, this fundamental idea will be exactly the same. We are commanded to tell our children and to remind ourselves of who we are. What happens when we take away the trappings of cooking an elaborate meal, of getting out our fancy Passover dishes (maybe we should do that anyway!), and of all of the tasks of hosting—what happens when we focus on the intergenerational transfer of identity? Can the story itself get bigger when we’re just telling the story?Continue Reading →
Moving Traditions has resources for you and your community during this extraordinary time.Continue Reading →
And they assembled
And Moses said dayam: enough.
Youth who know more family stories—including about overcoming challenges—show higher well-being, with higher self-esteem, academic and social competence, and fewer behavior problems.Continue Reading →
What sources do we, as Jewish educators, draw from when encountered with a global pandemic?Continue Reading →
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.Continue Reading →
A resource to help youth explore how the virus affects their lives, and to give educators tips for how to lead session for teens online.Continue Reading →
Register for Youth Mental Health First Aid training, an 8-hour certification course through the National Council of Behavioral Health.
Thursday, April 2, 2020 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. at Gratz College.
A timely resource to help Jewish youth look at the roots of antisemitism, explore their feelings, and think through how they might respond.Continue Reading →