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  • Judaism and Social Justice: NFTY Alumnae Find Home With Repair the World

    Life after NFTY can take alumni in a variety of directions. Last year, two NFTY-MAR alumnae began work with Repair the World, a national nonprofit committed to engaging Jewish millennials in meaningful service work. Diana Goldsmith, NFTY-MAR ’11, is serving as a Program Associate in Baltimore, and Zoe Braunstein, NFTY-MAR ’12,

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  • Collegukkah: Eight Nights of Celebrating Hanukkah in College

    by Celia Tedde, Oklahoma City University With Hanukkah just around the corner, here are some easy, budget-friendly ways to celebrate! Make a Hanukkah garland that will make all your non-Jewish friends jealous Who says holiday decorations are just for Christmas? All you need are some cute patterned paper and string

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  • Consultation on Conscience 2017

    NFTY alumnus Rabbi Jonah Pesner, director of the Religious Action Center, invites his fellow NFTY alumni to join him at the biennial Consultation on Conscience in Washington, D.C. this spring. In a recent blog post for the Union for Reform Judaism, he outlines the importance of these conversations. Our tradition’s

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