...are answered with clarity in Jewish sacred texts. We ought to:
treat one another as being created in the image of God,
not stand idly by the blood of our brother,
recognize that we were once strangers and immigrants,
work for redemption,
have faith and cultivate hope,
take time for self-reflection and make amends,
establish a fair justice system,
lift up gratitude,
care for the stranger the widow and orphan,
respond to others' needs with active presence,
act justly, love mercy and love humbly.
These values guide our actions.
What Does it Mean to be a Donor Activist?
Profile of Rabbi Miller & Melissa de la Rama by
the Liberty Hill Foundation (right)
Speaker on Social Justice and Interfaith Panels on topics such as:
Forming a Social Justice Ethic
Class as Understood by the Rabbis
We are constantly exploring injustice and working towards the repair of the world. Click on the links below for works we hav found to raise our awareness and inspire our action.
Justice Organizations we are inspired by and have been involved with:
Additional Justice Organizations we are inspired by: