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    Where Justice Dwells
    Where Justice Dwells
    A Hands-On Guide to Doing Social Justice in Your Jewish Community
    How can Jewish values inform our work to create a just world — and help us work together for the good of all communities? "Somehow, most Jews have decided that being a 'good Jew' means adhering to rituals such as Shabbat, kashrut, and prayer. But the word halakhah, generally translated as 'Jewish law,' literally means ‘the way to walk.’ Rather than a limited set of ritual laws, halakhah represents an all - encompassing way of life." — from Chapter 1 Jewish tradition compels us to protect the poorest, weakest and most vulnerable among us. But discerning how to make meaningful and effective change through social justice work — whether in community or on your own — is not always easy. This guide provides ways to envision and act on your own ideals of social justice by helping you navigate through such issues as: Creating a narrative mission statement that reflects your organization’s values Balancing the needs of your community with those of other communities Weighing the pros and cons of various models of social justice work (direct service, advocacy, investment and community organizing) Expanding the impact and efficiency of your work Locating your social justice goals and methods within the context of Jewish tradition Maintaining the motivation and inspiration to continue your social justice work Each chapter includes a set of discussion questions to prompt reflection and conversation, as well as tips, tools, processes and forms for getting your social justice project off the ground.
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    UK£ 26.99

    Book Author
    Rabbi Jill Jacobs and Rabbi David Saperstein
    Genre Jewish , Religion & Beliefs
    Large Print 16 Pt Edition (Standard Large Print)
    Jewish Lights Publishing
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