Jewish Social Justice Network:
- Avodah: The Jewish Service Corps (NYC) AVODAH is a young adult Jewish service organization based in New York City. The website has extensive resources for social justice education related to parshiot and Jewish holidays.
- Jewish Community Action (Minnesota)
- Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Boston
- Jewish Council on Urban Affairs (Chicago)
- Jews for Racial and Economic Justice (NYC)
- Jewish Fund for Justice (NYC)
- The Jewish Organizing Initiative (Boston) is a fellowship program which offers young adults a chance to work for justice and create a meaningful Jewish community that can support and sustain them in working for justice.
- Jews United for Justice (St. Louis)
- Jews United for Justice (Washington, D.C.)
- Jewish Youth for Community Action (Berkeley) (email: firstname.lastname@example.org) is a one-of-a-kind program that involves Jewish teens in leadership at every level: training, peer education, community organizing—on a range of issues from the fight against anti-immigration to education justice.
- Progressive Jewish Alliance (Los Angeles)
SocialAction.com is an online Jewish magazine dedicated to pursuing justice, building community, and repairing the world. The website offers resources including articles related to different social justice areas, Jewish holidays, and secular holiday. There are also themed dvrei Torah for each weekly parsha, and other related education opportunities.
Tekiah: a Jewish Call to Action is an alliance of activists, community organizers, and lay leaders in Greater Boston, committed to mobilizing the Jewish community to work for a fundamental, systemic change in American society. Past actions involve campaigns for bilingual education and immigrants rights.
The Jewish Alliance for Law and Social Action (JALSA) is dedicated to being a strong, progressive, inter-generational voice, inspired by Jewish teachings and values, for social justice, civil rights, and civil liberties. They provide informational programming and working committees on these issues in Massachusetts.
PANIM: The Institute for Jewish Leadership and Values brings Jewish high school students to Washington, D.C. for seminars which explore the connection between public policy, social
action, community service and Jewish Values.
The Ziv Tzedakah Fund has many articles and listing, including practical mitzvah opportunities, sources of inspiration, tzedakah ideas, books and curricula.
Jewish Labor Committee email: email@example.com
Weinberg Tzedek Hillel is a public service and social justice initiative devoted to transforming the culture of your campus and your community.