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Religious Action Center's Tu B'shevat Resources!
In case you missed this week’s Tu B’shevat conference call with Rabbi David Saperstein and advocates highlighting the Religious Action Center’s resources for programming and advocacy around the environment, please visit the RAC’s Tu B’Shevat holiday page. You can listen to a complete recording of the call, learn about the RAC’s wealth of social justice materials, and how the Center can help you serve your congregation for religious and secular holidays year round.
Please contact RAC Legislative Assistant Juliana Schnur, 202-387-2800, with any questions.
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