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We are 47 organizations pursuing social justice from a Jewish perspective

Work for Jewish Social Justice: March Job Round Up!

By Emily Saltzman
This month there are a number of positions in Development, Communication and Youth Engagement in addition to fellowship opportunities! SEE THE LISTINGS BELOW FOR MORE... Read more...

Social Justice Seder Guide 2015

By Emily Saltzman
Are you as excited about Passover as we are? It’s my favorite - a holiday which reminds us of the resilience of humanity, the power of community organizing and overcoming... Read more...

President Obama: "Hineni" VIDEO

By Mae Singerman, Jewish Social...
The Jewish Social Justice Roundtable is seeking your support in getting the word out about our video aimed at Jewish and faith communities. Please share it!   Read more...
RT @repairtheworld: How is gentrification impacting your community? #TurntheTables with @repairtheworld this #Passover. http://t.co/KtdMRpL
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Two Featured Roundtable Organizations

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White House recently cited T'ruah's partnership with the Coalition of Immokalee Workers as a successful campaign to end slavery and trafficking in the agricultural industry, while recommending that U.S. agencies only procure food produced without forced labor.
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The Union for Reform Judaism (URJ) is a network of nearly 900 Reform Jewish congregations across North America. Our progressive approach unites Jewish tradition with the modern Jewish experience. Our Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism (RAC), is the hub of Jewish social justice and legislative activity in Washington DC, and Just Congregations is the Reform Movement’s Congregation-based community organizing initiative.