Books & Media:
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Recharging Judaism: How Civic Engagement is Good for Synagogues, Jews, and America
Recharging Judaism guides congregations to step outside their building walls to bring systemic justice to their communities, their states, and this country. The book includes frameworks to preserve peace within the congregation while doing this work in an age of political divisiveness. Available on Amazon
Recharging Judaism won a 2018 National Jewish Book Award, a finalist in the category of Contemporary Jewish Life and Practice, the Myra H. Kraft Memorial Award.
This book is a guide and inspiration for Jews in this troubled time, showing us how to become agents of change in a world that is crying out for justice.
In Peter, Paul and Mary, it was our deep civic engagement, expressed in our songs and in our actions, that united us and guided us.
Peter Yarrow, Singer, Songwriter, and Activist
‘Souls of Our Neighbors’ Documentary
When you hear “Affordable Housing”, what do you think? “Souls of Our Neighbors” is an effort to increase public support for affordable housing in Charlotte-Mecklenburg that is centered on a documentary film of the same name produced by Crossroads Charlotte, Mecklenburg Ministries and Temple Beth El.