As the co-chairs of the HUC-JIR Presidential Task Force on Safe and Respectful Environments, we are reaching out to multiple constituencies of the College-Institute to learn about their experiences at HUC-JIR.
We had planned to visit all four campuses during the last academic year, but two of those visits (Cincinnati and New York) were cancelled due to Covid 19. We also know that we were not able to meet with everyone in Jerusalem and Los Angeles who might have want to speak with us.
We are particularly interested in learning about any reflections you have about ways you believe your HUC-JIR experience may have been shaped by race, gender, sexual orientation, political expression, or special needs.
If you would like to share your thoughts with the Task Force, you may do so through one of the following ways:
Anything you share with a member of the Task Force will become part of the information we are collecting, but your name will not be shared with anyone beyond the individual(s) with whom you communicate.
Thank you for helping us in our work to make HUC-JIR a place where everyone can feel safe and valued.
Dr. Richard Feldman Rabbi Dvora Weisberg, Ph.D.