The Jewish Social Justice Roundtable has created this pilot Racial Justice Framework to help guide and support our collective efforts around racial justice. This framework is a tool to help build the capacities of Jewish organizations to be more racially and ethnically diverse, inclusive, equitable and just. Here are the principles that guide the Racial Justice Framework:
American Jewish World Service has multiple opportunities available in New York and Los Angeles. Bend the Arc has multiple opportunities available across the country.
Here is a collection of statements from Jewish Social Justice Roundtable organizations responding to the shooting at Chabad of Poway.
Come work with us! Jewish Social Justice Roundtable is hiring a Deputy Director. American Jewish World Service has multiple opportunities available in New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco.
The Jewish Social Justice Roundtable
American Jewish World Service
Note: Many of the opportunities below are also posted on Leading Edge’s new Career Hub Job Board where you can find opportunities with a diverse array of Jewish organizations. For more information please contact Leading Edge’s Mordy Walfish at [email protected]
Attached here is an array of resources on balancing immediate concerns about safety with the values of equity and inclusion.
The following jobs list includes numerous opportunities currently posted on Leading Edge’s new Career Hub Job Board where you can find opportunities with a diverse array of Jewish organizations. Going forward, this resource will replace the monthly jobs roundup.
Looking for an opportunity in the Jewish social justice field? Leading Edge, (an organization “working to address the root causes which prevent Jewish nonprofits from having the outstanding leaders they need”) has launched a new Careerhub Job Board to promote career opportunities with Jewish organizations. This is the Roundtable’s last jobs roundup! In the future, check out Careerhub.