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WE ARE 57 ORGANIZATIONS PURSUING SOCIAL JUSTICE FROM A JEWISH PERSPECTIVE

Passover Resources Roundup 2018

By Hannah Weilbacher
Each year, the Jewish social justice field brings meaningful moments to your Passover Seder. The Passover holiday is a chance to reflect and to ask big questions. Read more...

Bay Area Assembly

By Hannah Weilbacher
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May 2018 Job Roundup

By Hannah Weilbacher
AJWS is looking for a Board Liason and a Program Officer for Jewish Advocacy and Engagement in NYC or DC.   Avodah is looking for a Part-Time Human Resources Manager.   Read more...
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Two Featured Roundtable Organizations

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This banner year for Repair the World has included reaching more than a million people with our communications about meaningful service by Jewish young adults, engaging more than 100,000 indirectly with our service materials, online initiatives and through those we train, and recruiting more than 33,000 Jewish young adults to vote with their feet and participate in our service-related activities locally and around the country. In the cities where we have Repair the World Communities, we grew from engaging about 12,000 Jewish young adults in service and educational programming the previous...
  Over the past year, T’ruah has become one of the strongest voices in the Jewish community responding to the human rights abuses of the current administration, as well as standing up for the human rights of both Israelis and Palestinians. This work has included training nearly 300 rabbis in organizing and other skills through two national convenings; creating a sanctuary network through which 70 synagogues have pledged to protect immigrants facing deportation; and running actions including a mass arrest of rabbis in front of the Trump Hotel, and the construction of a sukkah outside of Trump...