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Bend the Arc's CEO Stosh Cotler writes about the events in Ferguson, Missouri, and about repentance: "As Jews, entering this month of repentance and reflection, we must ask ourselves: What am I doing to heal the wounds of racism our country still bears? What am I doing to create the world we want? All of us must ask of ourselves what we can do, specifically, intentionally and immediately, to break the cycle that led us to Ferguson in the first place."
As part of their work to become more sustainable, effective agents for change, the 13th cohort of the Selah Leadership Program recently concluded their final training. The Selah experience, writes one participant, “provided space and time to focus on how to live, act, and lead based on the things that give my life meaning.”
With the failure of Congress to pass comprehensive immigration reform, Bend the Arc has joined our allies and partners in calling on President Obama to “go big” on administrative relief for families and unaccompanied children from the incessant threat of deportation.
50 years ago today, over a thousand young people volunteering to register African-Americans to vote in Mississippi found out that the bodies of their missing colleagues had been discovered. Larry Rubin, one of the volunteers that summer and a friend of Bend the Arc, shares what it was like the day his friends were pronounced dead.
Serena Oberstein, Regional Director of Bend the Arc Southern California, discusses the need to show profound empathy for the undocument children at the U.S. border. "For me, this is not a political question but a moral one," writes, Serena.