New signatures on the letter include: The National Education Association, Class Size Matters, Jewish Reconstructionist Federation, Pennsylvania Council of Churches, United Church of Christ, Northern Plains Conference (North Dakota), and the Wisconsin Alliance for Excellent Schools.
What does JRF stand for?
JRF stands for Jewish Reconstructionist Federation
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- Journal of Real Estate Practice and Education
- Journal of Real Estate Portfolio Management
- Journal of Real Estate Research
- Japan Real Estate Research Institute (industry surveyor)
- Jeremy Ranch Elementary School (Park City, UT)
- Jet & Rocket Engine Test Site
- Japan Russia Youth Exchange Center
- Jackie Robinson Foundation
- Jannsen Research Foundation
- Jeanette Rankin Foundation (Athens, GA)
- Joint Red Flag (US DoD combat exercise)
- Joint Reporting Form (World Health Organizations)
- Jordan River Foundation
- Joseph Rowntree Foundation (UK social policy research and development charity)
- Journal of Religion and Film
- Journal of Reproduction and Fertility
- Julius Rosenwald Fund (African-American education; est. 1917)
- Junior Research Fellow
- J. Robert Folchetti and Associates, LLC (New York)
- Japan Rheumatism Friendship Association
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The Jewish Reconstructionist Federation honored him last year with the Benjamin Wm.
More information is available on the websites of the Jewish Reconstructionist Federation (www.
com/ Groups Participating in Fighting Poverty with Faith: A Week of Action * Alliance to End Hunger * Association of Jewish Family and Children's Agencies * Bread for the World * Catholic Charities USA * Evangelical Lutheran Church in America * Interfaith Youth Core * Islamic Relief * Islamic Society of North America * The Jewish Council for Public Affairs * Jewish Reconstructionist Federation * The National Council of Jewish Women * MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger * National Advocacy Center of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd * National Council of Churches * NETWORK: A National Catholic Social Justice Lobby * Presbyterian Church (USA) Washington Office * The Righteous Indignation Project * Sojourners * Union for Reform Judaism * United Jewish Communities * Women of Reform Judaism
The signers of the faith organization letter are (in alphabetical order): Church of the Brethren Church World Service Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life Columban Center for Advocacy and Outreach The Episcopal Church Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Friends Committee on National Legislation Franciscan Action Network Interfaith Power and Light Jewish Council for Public Affairs Jewish Reconstructionist Federation National Council of Churches USA Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns Mennonite Central Committee U.
Redlich prepared AJCongress' brief in the case, which was joined by the American Jewish Committee, ADL, the Jewish Community Relations Council of New York, the Jewish Reconstructionist Federation, the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, and United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism.
The Forum was developed in cooperation and with support from: Jewish Employment & Vocational Service Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia Patricia and Philip Kind Advocates for the Jewish Mentally Ill Auerbach Central Agency for Jewish Education Federation Day Care Services Jewish Community Centers of Greater Philadelphia Jewish Community Homes for Adult Independence Jewish Community Relations Council Jewish Family and Children's Service Jewish Reconstructionist Federation Pennsylvania Jewish Coalition United Synagogues of Conservative Judaism
The organizations signing the brief along with AJCongress include the Jewish Community Relations Council of New York, American Jewish Committee, ADL, Jewish Reconstructionist Federation, Union of American Hebrew Congregations, Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations, and the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism.