On Facing Fear, Finding New Beliefs, and Making Change
Joy Friedman is the Director of Organizing for the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism.
Our conversation takes a deep dive into Joy's experience feeling like an outsider, first as a Jewish minority in her small Kansas town, then when her parents got divorced. Joy shares how becoming a community organizer gave her an opportunity to confront her fears, claim her own power in relationship to others, and support communities and religious leaders across the country to lean into new beliefs and make change together.
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