• Learn about NFTY Committees (And How to Apply!)

    This year, NFTY’s cabinet was made official through North American legislation at Mechina, and will be playing an ever-more-involved role in the work of our movement, so we’re looking for you to join in and bring committees objectives to life!.

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  • Responding to Hate in America: Taking Action After Charlottesville

    Is it time to take action. Consider filling the internet with photos of justice and light in the RAC’s #bethelightforjustice campaign.

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  • NFTY North American Board’s Response to Charlottesville

    The NFTY North American board strongly condemns the xenophobic, racist, antisemitic, and islamophobic nature of the white supremacist, Neo-Nazi demonstration that occurred on Saturday in Charlottesville, Virginia. We additionally extend our condolences to the family of Heather Heyer, a counter-protester who was murdered during the clashes.

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  • The Power to Convene: We Can End Gun Violence

    As President Abraham Lincoln famously said when he was a candidate for US Senate, “A house divided against itself cannot stand.” It seems as though we can take value from our sixteenth President’s words for nearly every issue in our unfortunately divided nation. Gun violence prevention (GVP) is no exception.

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  • The True Acceptance I Found in NFTY

    My name is Benjamin Kline and I am a pansexual rising Junior in NFTY Mid-Atlantic Region (NFTY-MAR). When I share this personal information in the outside world, I usually receive one of two reactions: idolization or ostracization.

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  • NFTY Teens Learn about Racial Injustice in the Housing Market

    As three white, upper-middle class girls from well-off communities in the United States, we have had the privilege of never having experienced racial injustice firsthand. However, we have learned about the economic injustice based on race that people all over this country experience.

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  • NFTY Wears Orange 2017

    On June 2, 2017, NFTYites from all over the country wore orange in honor of National Gun Violence Awareness Day. End gun violence with us at nfty.

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  • NFTY Continues Standing Against Gun Violence – Wear Orange Day 2017

    As we approach the third annual Gun Violence Awareness Day in the United States, NFTY will once again be “Wearing Orange” on June 2nd. Two years ago, NFTY, the Religious Action Center (RAC), and the URJ became founding partners of Everytown for Gun Safety’s “Wear Orange Day”.

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  • Teens Experience an Immigration Program on the Mexico Border

    From March 27 to April 1, 2017, fifteen high school students from Beth Emet The Free Synagogue traveled to the U. .

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  • NFTY Convention Reflections

    As young Jewish women in the Colorado community, we have both grown to be avid members in local, regional, and nationwide groups, all coming together for one common purpose: to spread our Jewish morals and values to all stretches of the world. Being a minority, we see the significance in coming together to celebrate our Jewish identity in many aspects.

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