Judaism & Justice
Judaism and Justice is a space to explore the intersections between Jewish identity, Jewish values, and current injustices in our communities. Together we will learn about and explore how to act on issues such as racism, classism, disability rights, and climate justice. This fellowship will meet virtually 8 times over the course of the spring semester, and eligible participants will receive a $180 stipend upon completion of the fellowship. No prior Jewish learning or justice activism necessary to participate. Contact Michaela or Navah with any questions, and see below to apply.