Moving Traditions uses a gender lens to embolden North American Jewish youth to thrive. Combining positive psychology with Jewish values, it partners with Jewish institutions across North America to engage Jewish teens, families, and communities. Since October 7, many Jewish teens have been struggling to make sense of the graphic images from Israel and Gaza and the polarizing, often antisemitic, rhetoric about the war. In response, Moving Traditions has offered a variety of resources for teens and their parents, including a discussion guide that more than 200 educators used to help teens process the crisis in Israel. It also hosted widely attended parent webinar on how to talk with teens about Israel and developed resources on planning for college at a time of growing concerns about campus antisemitism.