Reform movement gets $600,000 grant
August 21, 2020
By(JTA) — The Reform movement has received a $600,000 multi-year grant to support racial equity, inclusion and diversity work.
The Union for Reform Judaism said Wednesday that it had received funding from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation to fight racism and back inclusion across its institutions. Reform is the largest Jewish denomination in the United States.
The movement will work to recruit a more diverse staff and board with a focus on racial justice, a statement said, while also addressing discrimination against LGBTQ, disabled and lower-income people as well as other marginalized groups....
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