Bill of Rights Day: 228 years ago, on December 15, 1791, the new United States of America ratified the Bill of Rights, the first ten amendments to the U.S. Constitution, confirming the fundamental rights of its citizens. On the same date in 1941, President … read more.
Speaker: Rabbi Yaakov Reef
11 on 11/11: It seemed as if, for just one moment, the world stood still. We will pause to reflect on what it means to uphold our promise to Veterans everywhere by working for a world built on peace with justice.
Let’s reimagine Columbus Day as an
opportunity to learn truths about the genocide and oppression of indigenous
peoples in the Americas and how to organize in solidarity against current
injustices as we celebrate indigenous resistance.
When we talk about liberation on Passover and resurrection on Easter, the stories are meant to lead us to a convicted heart, to change our direction toward wholeness and release. Earth Day joins to make this weekend a three-day festival of liberation, resurrection, and life. … read more.
What do Easter, Passover, and April Fool’s Day have to teach us about this pilgrims’ sojourn we call life? Join us as we turn the world upside down to seek some bit of truth along our way.
Rabbi Yaakov “Trek” Reef walks … read more.