This week, we feature Atlantic District President Jan Shaw in WRJ's Leadership Spotlight.
Watch what Jan advises for future WRJ leaders:
How did you come to be a leader at WRJ?
The beginning of my WRJ sisterhood journey was kind of funny and...
As a socialist-Zionist youth movement, Hebrew is sprinkled throughout many of our machanot (camps), seminars, and programs of Habonim Dror North America (HDNA). Hebrew is an incredible connecting point for us to our Judaism and to Israel. Hebrew is also an...
Summer is a busy time full of vacations, summer camp, time with family, celebrations, and more. With our packed schedules and, hopefully, time to recharge, we must not forget to set aside a few moments to reflect and take action.
For many in the U.S., the...
This week we encounter the strange tale of Balak (king of Moab,) Balaam (a non-Israelite prophet,) and Balaam’s she-donkey, who, like most of the females in the Torah, has no name. Let’s call her Jennie, which, after all, is the term for a she-donkey.
When getting lunch with a colleague in the field this week, they said that the work we do at the LUNAR Collective is “remarkable.” That word stuck with me.