Social Justice

The Modern Jewish Atheist: I like Tu B’Shvat

The Modern Jewish Atheist: I like Tu B’Shvat
By January 20, 2011

Jews have been so interested in turning the Festival of Lights into the “Jewish Christmas,” so why can’t we turn Tu B’Shevat into our very own Earth Day? Read More

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Kehila: A Magazine For Jews Of Color

Kehila: A Magazine For Jews Of Color
By January 14, 2011

Talisha Harrison has created an outlet for a minority within a minority. Read More

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Steph Herold: Using Twitter As A Weapon For Reproductive Rights

Steph Herold: Using Twitter As A Weapon For Reproductive Rights
By January 4, 2011

Steph Herold shows us that activism can begin with a word, an action, or even a Twitter hashtag. Who knew? Read More

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Looking For Some Jewish Business Heroes For The Yosher Award

Looking For Some Jewish Business Heroes For The Yosher Award
By December 30, 2010

There are lots of good Jewish businesspeople out there. Vote for the best one. Read More

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Human Rights Are Not Scary.

Human Rights Are Not Scary.
By December 21, 2010

Jewish traditions are deeply ingrained with human rights values. So Jews shouldn’t be scared of the concept. Read More

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Courtney Martin: Covering The New Generation Of Activists

Courtney Martin: Covering The New Generation Of Activists
By December 10, 2010

Courtney Martin, author of “Do It Anyway: The New Generation of Activists,” discovered her place in the world of social change, and wants to help other people do it.
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How Hanukkah Can Make You A Better Person

How Hanukkah Can Make You A Better Person
By December 3, 2010

Take the major symbols of the holiday and add them to your everyday life.
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Fighting Hunger On Thanksgiving And The Other 364 Days Of The Year

Fighting Hunger On Thanksgiving And The Other 364 Days Of The Year
By November 24, 2010

Thanksgiving marks the beginning of the holiday season. It is also one of the most popular days of the year to serve in the country’s soup kitchens and food pantries.
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