We are 47 organizations pursuing social justice from a Jewish perspective

What is the Voter File? And How do I Learn More?

By Abby Levine
REGISTER HERE! The Roundtable is undertaking a new, exciting project to enable collaboration through access to data and cutting-edge technology. We will pilot this project... 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...

Work for Jewish Social Justice - August 2015

By Hannah Weilbacher
The summer is coming to an end with some great opportunities to work in the field of Jewish Social Justice. AJSS is seeking a Program Associate to join their team in DC. Read more...
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Two Featured Roundtable Organizations

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In the last year, JUFJ raised the minimum wage in DC and Maryland, and won paid sick days in DC. Last fall we opened a new Baltimore branch and launched campaigns for affordable housing and universal paid family leave in the District, and for paid sick leave in Maryland.
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.