The Debate over Reproductive Rights – A Jewish Perspective

By JCRC | May 12, 2022

Of all the issues that have come up in interfaith dialogue during my career, none has been more fraught, more unbridgeable, than when we have discussed differences across faiths about reproductive freedom, i.e. abortion. There are ministers and priests with whom I am in deep partnership on other issues or have found some shared recognition of our different narratives; but still, we are unable to … Continue reading The Debate over Reproductive Rights – A Jewish Perspective »

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JCRC’s Adopted Mental Health Advocacy Principles

By JCRC | April 29, 2022

The Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Boston is deeply committed to ensuring people can live self-determined lives with safety, meaning and connection, free from barriers and stigma. In partnership with council members and community allies, we are committed to identifying and advancing policy interventions that address urgent needs exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting stresses, isolation, financial insecurity, and increasing experience of … Continue reading JCRC’s Adopted Mental Health Advocacy Principles »

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The Last Living Link

By JCRC | April 28, 2022

This is a week of remembrance. It started on Sunday with the commemoration of the Armenian Genocide. As I write this on Thursday morning, we mark Yom Ha’Shoah v’laGevurah (Holocaust and Heroism Remembrance Day). Established by Israel’s Knesset in 1951, it is a time for us to gather and remember the six million Jews who were killed in the Shoah (and is differentiated from International … Continue reading The Last Living Link »

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