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Crafting for a Cause: Using Your Sewing, Knitting, and Crocheting Skills for People Experiencing Homelessness Seráh Blain GO Humanity

Read More GO Humanity I see you, fellow crafter. Like you, I’ve crocheted a hat for everyone in my family twice. We both may or may not have 100 masks in a box somewhere left over from the 7,000 we made during the height COVID. Perhaps you, too, have sewn a quilt or knitted a …

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Why Ritual and Ceremony Matter SHJ Society for Humanistic Judaism

Read More Society for Humanistic Judaism This article was published in the Spring 2019 Issue of Humanistic Judaism Magazine. It was written by Richard D. Logan, past president of Or Emet and the SHJ board, and Rabbi Jeremy Kridel, rabbi of Machar, The Washington Congregation for Secular Humanistic

The Humanist Past and Future of the Republic of Haiti Billy Almoza GO Humanity

Read More GO Humanity Sixteen months ago, a magnitude 7.3 earthquake struck the southern arm of Haiti, decimating the region. Hospitals lay in ruins, unable to treat the 12,000+ people injured in the quake. Hundreds of thousands were left homeless. Roads, bridges, power plants, and schools were destroyed and have never been rebuilt. Compromised water …

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TU BI’SHEVAT SEDER SHJ Society for Humanistic Judaism

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REPRODUCTIVE FREEDOM SHJ Society for Humanistic Judaism

Read More Society for Humanistic Judaism In honor of Roe v. Wade Day, we reflect on the important human right’s issue of a woman’s right to make decisions, with her doctor, regarding her reproductive health. We offer this reflection for Repro Shabbat, sponsored by the National

December Volunteer Network Roundup! GO Humanity GO Humanity

Read More GO Humanity Teams in our Food Security Project (FSP) reported 49 events in December, serving 14,613 individual beneficiaries and giving out 5,632 meals!  Additional GO Humanity Service Teams held 12 more service events. This brings our final stats for 2022 to… Total events held: 800 Total volunteer hours donated: 15,591 (equivalent of $466,960) Total volunteers: 3,844 …

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Poor and Jewish SHJ Society for Humanistic Judaism

Read More Society for Humanistic Judaism This article was published in the Spring 2022 Issue of Humanistic Judaism Magazine. It was written by Sam Grabelle, a new member of SHJ and Kahal B’raira in Cambridge, MA. She has been an educator and social worker and wrote the national

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