Calling All DC Pursuers!
Want a chance to see all of your old friends? Want to meet other like-minded folk in the DC area?
Hope you will join us for Shabbat Dinner!
When: Friday, January 28th at 8:00 p.m.
Where: Moishe House DC (1753 Euclid St. NW)
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“According to the generation, so goes the leader.”
–Talmud Bavli, Arakhin 7A
On November 2, millions across the U.S. will go to the polls. We will elect 435 members of the House of Representatives, 47 United States Senators, 37 governors, and thousands of state representatives. A lot is on the line.
But this year, we must do more. To get the maximum number of people in the voting booths, we are calling on Pursuers to register new voters and help people get to the polls.
In 2008, thousands of Pursuers in six cities participated in presidential debate watching parties and registered to vote (thousands of others went to visit their Bubbe in Florida). In 2010, AJWS and AVODAH, the parent organizations of Pursue, are part of a national network of Jewish organizations working together to make this election count. In seven cities, our partner organizations are living our shared values, working with local coalitions committed to global justice, social change and non-partisan civic engagement.
Are you in? Read about events in your area below the jump!
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Get the low-down
The D.C. community is as busy and politically conscious as the national capital it inhabits. Despite taxation without representation, D.C. citizens make their voices heard loud and clear through their local Jewish, justice and service spheres.
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Pursue builds the network by celebrating and learning with the following organizations: