Goldwater and Ravid focus their response broadly on education. They introduce the Toolkit for Peoplehood Education, acknowledging that there is an identity crisis requiring a holistic educational approach, facilitated by educators as key change agents for assuring a strong and rich Jewish collective future. It reflects their conviction that the response should be practical, proactive and impactful. It signifies a broader shift from an intellectual conversation about what is Peoplehood to a practical approach to how to rebuild Jewish collective identity; a shift in focus from concept-building to people-building.

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