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Riding in the City of New Orleans, Part 2

This is a blog entry by Rabbi Jordan Parr of Plano, TX. This entry contains photos he took in New Orleans during a relief trip sponsored by the URJ. Visit his blog at http://jordansjuice.blogspot.com/

Riding in the City of New Orleans, Part I

This is a blog post by Rabbi Jordan Parr in Plano, TX. The entry details a relife trip April 3-5, 2006 to New Orleans with several rabbis and lay leaders, sponsored by the Union for Reform Judaism. You can read his blog at http://jordansjuice.blogspot.com/.

Of Natural and Man-Made Disasters: Hurricane and Poverty

This is an op-ed written by Rabbi Marla J. Feldman, Director, Commission on Social of Reform Judaism. Run in several Jewish newspapers, this article discusses the effort of Jacob's Ladder, a project run by the Union for Reform Judaism, to bring supplies to victims of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.

petting a horse at Greene Family Camp shelter

This is a photograph of children petting a horse at the Union of Reform Judaismís Greene Family Camp. During Hurricane Rita, the camp was temporarily turned into a shelter for evacuees. Over four hundred people, Jews and non-Jews, stayed at the camp. This picture is from the website of the Greene Family Camp, http://greene.urjcamps.org/.

eating popsicles at Greene Family Camp shelter

This is a photograph of children eating popsicles after dinner at the Union of Reform Judaismís Greene Family Camp. During Hurricane Rita, the camp was temporarily turned into a shelter for evacuees. Over four hundred people, Jews and non-Jews, stayed at the camp. This picture is from the website of the Greene Family Camp, http://greene.urjcamps.org/.