Year: 2014

January 2014

The Empowerment of “Power With”

By Kayla Glick Three DC Avodahniks recently  had the delight of being part of the MLK day service at Temple B’nai Shalom in Fairfax, VA. Kayla Glick shared her reflections on what it means to create power with others in … Continue reading

30th Jan, 2014

A Call to Wake

By Hannah Rich My stomach turned as I picked up the phone. “No, I will not be taking a job at your education start-up… Yes, I know that it is an incredible opportunity… Thank you, I appreciate the offer… This … Continue reading

28th Jan, 2014

Food Justice on Tu Bishvat

By Nathaniel Eisen That last week was Tu Bishvat feels absurd. The holiday fell incredibly early on the Gregorian calendar this year, and the first flowering of trees couldn’t feel further away here in D.C. This is the second non-California … Continue reading

21st Jan, 2014

Moving Towards Action

By Michal David Sitting on my client’s couch, I am nearly brought to tears as I listen to him share his experience of visiting the Social Security Office. He tells me about sitting in the office for hours, about watching … Continue reading

6th Jan, 2014
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