Who we are


We are Jews who live our Judaism in diverse ways. Our tradition compels us to a particular commitment, born of shared texts and a shared history, to the notion that every human being is valuable, and that all people deserve freedom and the opportunity to forge their own future. Our own history of oppression has taught us that our freedom cannot be achieved absent the freedom of our neighbors.

If I am not for myself, who will be for me?

If I am only for myself, who am I?

If not now, when?  


Read our open letter to the Council of Presidents of Jewish Organizations.