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 "A majority of the activism I have done in my life has been very separate from my religion, so learning how justice and Judaism are woven together is really encouraging."

-- Dara Wells-Hajjar, 2010 Intern

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Rabbi Lynn

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Rabbi Lynn Gottlieb serves as the Jewish elder in the Community of Living Traditions. She is cofounder The Shomer Shalom Network for Jewish Nonviolence. 

The Community of Living Traditions is seeking Jewish activists, artists and organizers of all ages for a year long multifaith residency beginning mid-August to mid-October 2011 at Stony Point Center, Stony Point, NY. We are 45 minutes north of NYC in the beautiful Hudson River Valley. 

The Community of Living Traditions is dedicated to waging active nonviolence in a multifaith context. Our focus areas include Food Justice, Immigrant Rights, Israel/Palestine Conflict Transformation and Justice for Incarcerated Persons. 

We offer regular community circles for the study of strategic nonviolence and we share our religious and cultural traditions within the framework of nonviolence.
WE ARE SEEKING four Jewish participants with some background in anti-racism work, interfaith experience and organizing. Residents receive free room and board, health insurance and a modest weekly stipend. In return, we share the work of running the conference center as well as the development of CLT programing and activities. 
If you are interested in talking about the possibility of a one year residency, email Rabbi Lynn. 

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