In the past, I had a hard time figuring out how I could take action to support the causes and organizations I believe in; but all of my options became so clear once I learned about BBYO’s “Five Paths of Civic Action (SPACE)” resource!
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Parshat Behar is about letting the land rest so that it may be fruitful. This is similar to our own lives because we have had to learn to rest and slow down this past year. It is important to learn how to rest, and there are many lessons we can use moving forward when returning to a sense of normalcy.
Getting involved in BBYO meant getting to learn more about my heritage and becoming more interested in my own culture.
Spreading hope, connection, and positivity during Mental Health Awareness Month is the moment of growth and understanding of the mental health struggles of millions of folks worldwide.
How can we use the framework of intersectionality to be better allies as Jewish people?
Check out some highlights from conventions this past weekend
How important it is to understand that intelligence isn’t limited to the classroom
Have some free time? I recommend you five new books that you will undoubtedly like!
Parshat Emor brings up the idea of compensation and sacrifice. While sacrifice doesn't have a place in our society today, it is more focused on the idea of performing mitzvot and becoming closer to G-d on a spiritual level.
Read along as I talk through the planning process of SJR’s first-ever virtual Conclave!
Our global reach is incredible! The best way to represent this is through programming on the chapter level.
For some, at-home events bring unexpected challenges.
Parshat Kedoshim describes Lashon Hara, the sin of gossip and talking poorly about one another. This is something that everyone has been guilty of one point in time, and it is up to us to consider how our words and actions affect others.
Latin America is a strong region within BBYO, but wouldn't it be much more powerful if we could all finally gather for our first-ever Regional Convention?
Why I loved the Chart Your Own Course Program, and why you should consider running it in your community.
This week's parshiyot, Tazria and Metzora concern the biblical disease of Tzara'at. This disease serves as a consequence of committing sins and going through a purification process to rejoin their communities once having understood the effect of their negative actions.
Parshat Shemini contains the rules of the Tabernacle, and Aaron and his sons' duty to stay in the tent for the first seven days. This past year we have been faced with "staying in the tent," and it is up to us to stay committed and do what is asked from us so that we can look forward to more normalcy.
Passover was our first major Jewish holiday in lockdown, but we’re hoping this time it can be the last.
The recreation and intriguing history of Saskatoons BBYO.
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