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What does SHJ stand for?

SHJ stands for Society for Humanistic Judaism (Farmington Hills, MI)


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Other groups joining Americans United and the ADL include: the Sikh American Legal Defense and Education Fund; Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America; Interfaith Alliance Foundation; Central Conference of American Rabbis; Metropolitan Community Churches; More Light Presbyterians; National Council of Jewish Women; People For the American Way Foundation; Society for Humanistic Judaism and the Women's League for Conservative Judaism.
On its founding board were humanist leaders affiliated with the American Ethical Union; the American Humanist Association; the Council for Democratic and Secular Humanism (now the Council for Secular Humanism); the Fellowship of Religious Humanists (now Friends of Religious Humanism), an affiliate of the Unitarian Universalist Association; the Humanist Association of Canada; and the Society for Humanistic Judaism.
The American Humanist Association joined in one of the supportive amicus briefs with the Unitarian Universalist Association, Americans for Religious Liberty, the Episcopal Diocese of Newark, the Society for Humanistic Judaism, the Congress of Secular Jewish Organizations, the Cathar Church, and twenty nine clergy and scholars representing Unitarian Universalist, Episcopal, United Methodist, Presbyterian, United Church of Christ, Jewish, Catholic, and Baptist traditions.
Our disarray was forecast with the founding of the Free Religious Association, of Ethical Culture, of the Western Unitarian Conference, of the American Humanist Association, of the Fellowship of Religious Humanists, and more recently of the Society for Humanistic Judaism and the Committee for Democratic and Secular Humanism.
Among the organizations attempting to provide them are the Congress of Secular Jewish Organizations and the Society for Humanistic Judaism, which are based in the United States and Canada.