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“Justice, justice shall you pursue.”

- Deuteronomy 16:20
 

Justice Advocacy is one of our key Tzedek (social justice) priorities. We work closely with congregational partners, including within our own Reform Jewish movement and in the interfaith community, to raise our collective voice and make common cause for social justice.

Contact the Wendy Liebow, VP of Tikkun Olam to learn more aboutand get involved inour work with:

Greater Boston Interfaith Organization (GBIO)

Temple Isaiah is a longtime member of this powerful organization made up of more than 60 faith communities representing more than 100,000 people. Current GBIO priorities are housing justice, mental health action, and advocacy on behalf of incarcerated persons re-entering society. Visit the GBIO website to learn more.

Religious Action Center (RAC) – Massachusetts Chapter

The RAC, the Reform movement's national public policy advocacy organization, has established a number of state-specific chapters, including one in Massachusetts. 38 Reform congregations statwide, including Temple Isaiah, will work on a central issue. Visit the RAC website to learn more.

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