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WE ARE 56 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 Social Justice Organizations Respond to Executive Order on Refugees

By Hannah Weilbacher
Several Jewish Social Justice Roundtable organizations have made statements condemning the executive order banning refugee resettlement and immigration. Read more...

April Job Roundup

By Hannah Weilbacher
  Looking for an opportunity in the field of Jewish Social Justice? There are some great options this month, especially for those looking to jump into a director-level... Read more...
RT : Equal pay would cut poverty rate for children with a working mother by half, according to new analysis https://t.co/JD7DqQgpeU
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Two Featured Roundtable Organizations

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http://www.challahforhunger.org/
In just ten years, Challah for Hunger has grown from a grassroots project to a multinational movement. Our 70 chapters across the United States, Canada, England and Australia have raised over more than half a million dollars for anti-genocide and hunger-related causes and engage thousands of college students in social justice work.
Hazon
In 2015, Hazon launched a regional office in Detroit, Michigan. Hazon Detroit has established a long term fellowship program to support the Jewish community in greening congregations, promoting eco-awareness, farming, and gardening. Hazon will play a key role in shaping the Detroit Jewish community’s relationship to food and the environment.