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Fair Trade Chocolate You Can Eat on Passover

By Ilana Schatz, Founding Director of Fair Trade Judaica
The gift of freedom our people received generations ago bestows upon us the obligation and responsibility to work for the liberation of all people. SHEHECHIYANU! We can finally eat chocolate on...  more
Blog Post | March 20, 2014

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A Prayer for Human Rights Shabbat

Rabbi Lev Meirowitz Nelson
As a young rabbinical student, I was full of zeal for unearthing obscure Jewish texts and bringing them to bear on modern issues. No more would we invoke the same tired old Torah; instead, I would...  more
Blog Post | November 29, 2013

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Seeds of Change

By Rabbi Joshua Lesser
We were planting the seeds for future tikkun olam work. When William saw me walking toward him, he broke out in a big smile. Holding a sign that said “Publix Profits from the Farm Worker’s Poverty...  more
Blog Post | October 7, 2013

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