Messages of resilience, ritual, responsibility and renewal fill the headlines and broadcasts as we witness and participate in history. As we continue to navigate these unprecedented times, it is a powerful reminder that each of us is a catalyst for connection, support and hope in our respective communities. The ways in which we connect with one another and the values we live by and communicate through our actions matter. Words matter. Conversation matters. Community matters.
As new resources become available, we’ll be posting them here on JewishBostonTeens.com.
Resources for You and Your Team
- Amanda Gorman, National Youth Poet Laureate
- American Values, Religious Voices: 100 Days, 100 Letters
- Ask Big Questions Resources
- Civilly Speaking: A Curriculum on Civil Discourse (Covenant Foundation)
- Civic Responsibility, Leadership and Civil Discourse (Jewish Education Project)
- Engaging Across Political Differences (Resetting The Table)
- The Hope and Fragility of Democracy in the United States (Facing History and Ourselves)
- Inauguration Blessings and Resources (RitualWell)
- Jewish Prayers for the United States Government (Jonathan D. Sarna)
- Lesson Plan: Amanda Gorman’s “The Hill We Climb” (PBS Newshour)
- Mahloket Matters: Navigating Inner Challenges and Societal Discord through Jewish Text and SEL (Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies)
- Post-January 6 Insurrection and Pre-2021 Inauguration Curriculum (Moving Traditions)
- Resources for Jewish Leaders (Free & Fair)
- Surviving and Thriving Through Civic and Civil Engagement (The Jewish Education Project)
- Value Sparks (M2: The Institute for Experiential Jewish Education)
- What Does Society Need to Thrive? (MitzVote)
Thank you for all you do for our community, and, as always, please be in touch if we can be supportive in any way. From Teen Community Impact Grants and Teen Microfunding to consulting and professional development opportunities, the CJP Teen Engagement Team is proud to partner with you and your organization.
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