The Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association (RRA), established in 1974, is the professional association of Reconstructionist rabbis.
Comprised of over 300 rabbis, the RRA has three primary missions.
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The Rohingya people are facing unconscionable atrocities by the Burmese military. That's why the RRA is proud to join over 300 Jewish leaders and organizations in urging the Senate Foreign Relations Committee to advance the Burma Human Rights and Freedom Act of 2017.
Read the Reconstructionist Statement on the Trump Announcement Recognizing Jerusalem asCapital
The RRA Signed on to Letter to US Congress Leadership to Take Action Against Gun Violence in Wake of Sutherland Springs - Faiths United to Prevent Gun Violence
The RRA joins other mainstream religious organizations and leaders in the anti-LGBTQ discrimination case: Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, No. 16-111, in support of the couple.
RRA and RRA join Camp Havaya in expressing sorrow over the loss of URJ Camp Newman to the California fires and support for rebuilding.
The Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association and the Reconstructionist RabbinicalCollege/Jewish Reconstructionist Communities express horror at the violentshooting in Las Vegas that so far has ended 58 human lives and injured hundredsmore.
The RRA, with 38 other faith-based organizations, filed an amicus brief in the Supreme Court of the United States in IRAP v. Trump and Trump v. Hawaii opposing President Trump's ban on Muslim immigration and travel to the United States.
The Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association and the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College/Jewish Reconstructionist Communities are strongly opposed to President Trump's recently announced decision to end the Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals or DACA and put the lives of over 800,000 young people in America at risk.
America's leading rabbinic organizations have decided that, in light of President Trump's statements during and after the tragic events in Charlottesville, so lacking in moral leadership and empathy for the victims of racial and religious hatred, that we cannot organize a rabbinic call with the president this year.
The Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association condemns in the strongest terms the white supremacist groups that gathered in Charlottesville, VA, yesterday in order to promote racism, anti-Semitism and other ideologies of bigotry.
The RRA joined with over 1500 faith leaders to call on the Trump administration to preserve the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, otherwise known as the Dreamers Act.
While the RRA does not endorse the viewpoint of these activists and the organizations they represent, we strongly support their right to travel to Israel to express their own views and to engage in non-violent activism of their choosing
RRA Executive Director Rabbi Elyse Wechterman, joined a coalition of religious leaders in issuing a statement marking the anniversaries of the Pulse Nightclub shooting almost one year ago and the Emmanuel AME Church one year ago.
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About 20 rabbis affiliated with liberal Jewish group, T'ruah, were arrested on Monday night after blocking the street near the Trump International Hotel and Tower at Columbus Circle in Manhattan to protest an executive order that banned travel to the United States from seven majority-Muslim nations.
Four RRA members - Rabbi Seth Goldstein, Rabbi Elizabeth Bolton, Rabbi Jon Cutler and Rabbi Darby Leigh - have each been named to the Forward's annual list of "Most Inspiring Rabbis."
Rabbi Sandy Sasso and storyteller Peninah Schram, in a synergistic collaboration, have created an engaging compilation of Jewish love letters and love stories. Follow the link to a review at Publisher's Weekly.