The complete 41-year archive of the journal Sh'ma is being released in June -- online, searchable, and freely available. The digital collection, launched jointly by Sh'ma and the Berman Jewish Policy Archive @ NYU Wagner, features the work of a vast array of Jewish leading intellectuals, including rabbis, scholars, educators, and lay leaders. The collection contains more than 600 full issues and nearly 4,000 individual articles, and includes the voices of some 2,000 writers. The Sh'ma collection is integrated into the general holdings of BJPA, a vast collection of policy-relevant research and analysis on Jewish life available to the public free of charge. Its holdings of over 11,000 publications span from the early 20th century into the 21st, allowing students, researchers, educators, professionals, and others to quickly and easily access the most relevant content.