Have you ever wondered how Women of Reform Judaism (WRJ) and our partners create policy regarding issues of social justice and act on it? WRJ, as you may know, adopts policies on various issues via democratic vote and then acts on those policies to enact change. But we do not do so in a vacuum. We act with many partners, most importantly, perhaps, within the Reform movement.
Much of the movement’s social justice work is done through the Religious Action Center and the Commission on Social Action (CSA). The CSA is a joint instrument of the Union for Reform Judaism (URJ) and... Read More