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WE ARE 57 ORGANIZATIONS PURSUING SOCIAL JUSTICE FROM A JEWISH PERSPECTIVE

9 reasons why you should just write that Op-Ed

By Hannah Weilbacher
This election season, the Roundtable wants YOU to write an Op-Ed from your perspective, raising up issues of justice that you care about. Here are 9 reasons why you should: Read more...

Jewish Organizations' Statements About Bannon

By Abby Levine
Many Jewish Social Justice Roundtable organizations are speaking publicly about the election and Stephen Bannon. Below are a few of the statements we've seen so far. To add... Read more...

West Coast Fundraising Workshop + Racial Justice Workshop

By Hannah Weilbacher
West Coast Roundtable Organizations! Let's talk fundraising and racial justice.   Read more...
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Two Featured Roundtable Organizations

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Every week, more than 250 children in four Workmen’s Circle Jewish cultural schools make the world a better and more beautiful place through hands-on social justice programs. Our young activists advocate for workers’ rights, food justice, ending genocide, and more.
In 2015 Ameinu promoted values of social justice and peace in Israel, the US and internationally. Ameinu engaged the Jewish community – including over 440 rabbis - to support the Iranian nuclear deal. Ameinu developed a guide for progressives in North America to work for human rights, peace and reconciliation in Israel and Palestine. And domestically and in Israel, Ameinu advocated to support vulnerable refugees, including those from Syria, Sudan and Eritrea.