Jewish Social Justice Roundtable

Washington, DC. (202) 642-2290.

The Jewish Social Justice Roundtable is a coalition of organizations committed to the promotion of social justice, highlighting the centrality of these values to Jewish life, and “advancing social justice issues in the broader society.” The Roundtable is made up of 26 member organizations, and growing. Of particular interest to congregations, the Roundtable also invites allies to connect with the collaborative work of the organization through annual cooperative campaigns on issues such as immigration. By convening Communities of Practice around particular issues or approaches, the Roundtable creates opportunities for in-depth learning and preparation for action. The Roundtable also provides talking points on selected issues, and compiles resources that serve the whole network with background and research.