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This source sheet explores different ways of prioritizing how we respond to people in need and argues that globalization obligates us to support people in developing countries.
Obligations that go beyond just helping those in need.
Text study to go along with dedicating a community garden
This source sheet explores Rabbi Troster's ten teachings on Judaism and the environment and seeks to engage students in an in-depth examination of their role in the world.
This source sheet intertwines a variety of Jewish texts with a number of domestic workers' bills of rights, highlighting Jewish obligations to face violations against domestic workers. The sources are described so that those without prior Jewish knowledge can clearly follow these sources.
Using these texts for adult study for a beginner's group, I want to introduce students both to the ethical teachings of Judaism as well as to texts other than TaNaKh.
A mix of surprising (and some not-so-surprising) Jewish directives in response to human need.