Get ready to take action with a Limmud NY Social Justice session and explore how your Judaism relates to charitable giving, social action, environmentalism and tikkun olam (repairing the world).
A Panel Discussion
Beyond “Justice, Justice You Shall Pursue”
Beyond Maimonides’ 8 Levels of Charity
Complex Jewish Texts on Giving
Can You Spare a Dime?
Sources on Spontaneous Tzedakah
Change from the Inside Out
Becoming the Change You Seek in the World
Curb Your Consumerism
Cultivating a Baal Taschit (Preservation) Ethic for Today
Do We Really Do Tzedakah?
Modern Philanthropy and Jewish Values
Equipping Progressive Citizens of the Jewish World:
A New Education Vision
From Passion to Action
God, Gender, Justice: The Meaning of Homosexuality
or, Sexual Regulation as Ordering Power
Halachah & Psychology: The Rabbi as a Caregiver
Independent. Jewish, Frankly Feminist.
Where Do We Go from Here?
Jewish Global Justice
Senegal & the Global South
Judaism as a Counterculture
Testifying Against Idolatry
Justice and Jewish Thought
Justice Equals Love Plus Power
Making Meaning of MLK's Legacy Today
Lyrics of Life at Limmud and at Home
Questioning and Visioning Community
Musical Seudah Shlishit
The Third Shabbat Meal
Soaringwords Tzedeka Project
Social Justice Songs
Three Jews at the March on Washington
Unpacking our Mutliple Roles in Civil Rights
Tikkun Olam from the Inside Out
What If? Isabella Freedman's History and Future
100-Plus Years of Cultivating Jewish Creative Culture
What Is behind the Idea of "Tikkun Olam"?
The Origin and Philosophy of a Key Idea
Whose Life Should I Save?
Ethical Dilemmas in Giving Tzedakah
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