The obligation to pursue justice is at the heart of Jewish tradition.
In the face of poverty, disease, violence and human rights violations around the world, how should American Jews interpret and respond to that obligation? How can our texts and traditions offer us wisdom and inspire us to act? And how should we see our choices—as Jewish voters, consumers, educators, volunteers and givers of tzedakah—as integrally connected to the lives of people all around the world?
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