we are 26 organizations pursuing social justice from a Jewish perspective

Purim Social Justice Resources!

By Kali Silverman, Habonim Dror North...
Purim is a great holiday full of fun and contemplation—in good ol’ Jewish fashion, we retell an important story of our people (with sound effects), are able to rejoice in our... Read more...

Work at a Jewish Social Justice Organization - March 2014

By Abby Levine
Check out the great positions at Jewish social justice organizations across the country! Amir is seeking Farmers to implement its garden education program at its partner... Read more...

Coming To America: Stories of Immigration from Richmond's Jewish Community

By Jewish Social Justice Roundtable
Join the Richmond Jewish community for a fascinating look at our immigration history. Read more...
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Two Featured Roundtable Organizations

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Jews for Racial and Economic Justice led the Jewish community in a cross-sector, city-wide coalition that passed the Community Safety Act through the New York City Council, establishing protections against discriminatory policing and providing real, accountable oversight for the NYPD. Members activated City Council members and created events bringing together over 1,000 community members, including rabbis in support of police reform.
Jews United for Justice helped make Maryland a more inclusive state for immigrants and LGBTQ people, by educating and mobilizing tens of thousands of Jewish voters in Maryland, helping to win 2012 ballot measures on Marriage Equality and the Maryland Dream Act.