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WE ARE 57 ORGANIZATIONS PURSUING SOCIAL JUSTICE FROM A JEWISH PERSPECTIVE

Jewish Justice Organizations Respond to Decision to End DACA

By Hannah Weilbacher
Several Jewish social justice organizations have released public statements about the Trump administration's decision to end DACA, the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals... Read more...

Jewish Social Justice Organizations Respond to Charlottesville

By Abby Levine
Several Jewish social justice organizations have released public statements about the tragic loss of life, violence and hatred we saw in Charlottesville this weekend. This... Read more...

December Job Roundup

By Hannah Weilbacher
Looking to grow in the field of Jewish social justice this winter? Read more...
RT : Our Jewish values compel us to welcome immigrants and to join them here in Boston to demand a and… https://t.co/g3LVrOWqSK
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Two Featured Roundtable Organizations

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Keshet gives Jewish institutions the tools, knowledge and support to implement programs and policies that lead to greater equality and inclusion of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Jews in Jewish life. In 2015 alone, Keshet's work with Jewish professionals impacted the lives of more than 170,000 Jewish community members across the country. Through our ever-growing teen programming, such as our LBGTQ & Ally Teen Shabbaton, and the events and programs we host and co-sponsor throughout the year, Keshet provides a space for LGBTQ Jews to be their full and authentic selves.
In November 2016, MAZON launched an interactive, traveling multimedia exhibit called This Is Hunger to raise awareness about hunger and engage advocates across the country. In response to imminent threats to SNAP, MAZON created a digital education series and online petition campaign to protect SNAP from harmful changes and funding cuts. MAZON was instrumental in the successful introduction of the Military Hunger Prevention Act in February 2017 and has offered testimony to Congress twice in the past year - on hunger among military families and the future of SNAP.