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Work for Jewish Social Justice - September 2015

By Hannah Weilbacher
This month brings many jobs in the Jewish Social Justice field - organizers, administrators, and fundraisers all have great options!   AJWS is looking to fill many positions... Read more...

Roundtable Launches First-Ever Peer Coaching Program!

By Emily Saltzman
We are thrilled to announce the launch of the Jewish Social Justice Roundtable Peer-to-Peer Coaching Program! This exciting new project will offer support, guidance and... Read more...

What is the Voter File?

By Abby Levine
The Roundtable had a successful Voter File training on August 6 in Washington, DC. 35 people from 13 organizations came together to learn about our new, exciting project to... Read more...
in the room where Voting Rights Act 1965 was drafted. was signed into law 50 yrs ago today #tradition #vra50 http://t.co/8jC3bbAWI3
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Two Featured Roundtable Organizations

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NIF, which advances and protects Israeli democracy, is expanding to better strengthen the hundreds of organizations and thousands of activists it supports.  In 2014, NIF provided more than $25 million in core and donor-advised grants to Israel’s human rights, social justice and religious freedom organizations. 
The Rabbinical Assembly through its Social Justice Commission has focused on promoting awareness around the critical issues of human trafficking, gun violence and food justice and providing tools and strategies for its 1700 Conservative rabbi members to work on these issues in their communities.