Pursuing Justice

Photo by Jordan Cassway

As members of local and global Jewish communities, we bear responsibility for pursuing justice and equality for all the citizens of the world. We can all give tzedakah and a little time, while some of us have the capacity to do much more. We make the world better when we fight for justice from a place of humility and love, not rage. These rituals and prayers infuse that work with a sense of holiness and perspective to help us do just that.

Seeds of Change

By Rabbi Joshua Lesser
We were planting the seeds for future tikkun olam work.   more
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Tags: T'ruah

A Prayer for Human Rights

Rabbi David Freidenreich
A prayer from T'ruah: The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights to protect human rights and human dignity   more
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A Prayer for the Government

Rabbi Leonard Gordon
Originally written for Human Rights Shabbat, this prayer seeks to capture the hope that the social justice teachings of Torah, and the ethical impulses they inspire, will be mirrored in the actions of our governments on all levels.   more
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Tags: T'ruah

Prayer for Change

By Rabbi Nancy Fuchs Kreimer
Looking forward to a day when all loving couples can rejoice under the huppah in a marriage recognized by federal and state law   more
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Tags: LGBTIQ, chuppah

"Thanks for the Chair!"

by Betsy Platkin Teutsch
In 1997, I was honored by Kolot, the forerunner of today’s Ritualwell, for my contributions to Jewish art. Up until that point I had not created any specifically Jewish feminist art, though I had...  more
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