Big Tent Judaism Op-Edsand other pieces by the Jewish Outreach Institute, managing partner of the Big Tent Judaism Coalition
- "Passover, A Lesson in Inclusiveness"
By Adam Bronfman and Rabbi Kerry M. Olitzky, April 8, 2009
This Passover we can renew our commitment to social justice and liberation by creating policies that include and officially empower all.
- "Keep our shuls safe but still friendly"
Op-ed by Rabbi Kerry M. Olitzky and Rabbi Edward M. Feinstien, September 17, 2008
How can we balance the need for heightened security with welcoming newcomers on the High Holidays?
"At Seder Table, Pledge Exodus from Negative Language"
Op-ed by Rabbi Kerry Olitzky and Liz Marcovitz, April 6, 2008
How being mindful of our words can help us welcome rather than "oppress" newcomers to our Big Tent.
- THE INCLUSIVE: JOURNAL OF THE JEWISH OUTREACH INSTITUTE [PDF, 1.50 MB]
"Introducing the Big Tent Judaism Coalition," Winter-Spring 2008 Edition
20 pages of news, thoughts, and ideas about Big Tent Judaism with contributions from Rabbi Larry Bach of Temple Mount Sinai in El Paso, TX; Dr. Misha Galperin of the Jewish Federation of Greater Washington, DC; and Michael D. Wise of the Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta, GA.
- "Like Abraham and Sarah, Jewish world should welcome all into a 'Big Tent'"
Op-ed by Rabbi Elliot Dorff and Rabbi Kerry Olitzky, October 9, 2007
Announcing the launch and grand vision of the Big Tent Judaism Coalition.
- "Let's Put Out A Communal Welcome Mat"
Op-ed by Adam Bronfman, September 19, 2007
Adam Bronfman, Managing Director of The Samuel Bronfman Foundation, champions the notion of Big Tent Judaism.
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