Migration

Dvar Torah

Originally published for the Hazon CSA newsletter.Discusses the concept of home and connections we have to land.
AJWS's weekly Torah commentary explores themes of social justice that emerge from the parshah. Visit http://tinyurl.com/dvartzedek to sign up to receive the weekly Dvar Tzedek by e-mail.
AJWS's weekly Torah commentary explores themes of social justice that emerge from the parshah. Visit http://tinyurl.com/dvartzedek to sign up to receive the weekly Dvar Tzedek by e-mail.
AJWS's weekly Torah commentary explores themes of social justice that emerge from the parshah. Visit http://tinyurl.com/dvartzedek to sign up to receive the weekly Dvar Tzedek by e-mail.
AJWS's weekly Torah commentary explores themes of social justice that emerge from the parshah. Visit http://tinyurl.com/dvartzedek to sign up to receive the weekly Dvar Tzedek by e-mail.
Compares Avrams emigration from Canaan to Egypt and links to current issues of immigration, poverty, and famine.
A Passover D'var reflecting on family history and migration.

Offline Source Sheet

Rabbi Shmuly Yanklowitz, Bnai David Judea Congregation, Shabbat Chol Hamoed 2010 - 5770
Laura Berger, February 21, 2010, Uri L'Tzedek shabbaton
A 3 hour discussion of Jewish texts that discuss migration and immigration, as well as the Jewish attitude toward the stranger or foreigner.
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