Food & Ethics

Offline Source Sheet

Brandeis Hillel Shmuly Yanklowitz November 2nd, 2008 Cheshvan 4, 5769

Source Sheet

8th grade service trip to New Orleans Shabbat Morning text study Community Garden as service focus for the trip
A holistic discussion on food justice. What wisdom does our Jewish heritage provide as guidance for this vital element of humanity? Come learn about food justice issues pertinent to our Southern Arizona region and lessons for the U.S. on a national level.
Used at a Conservative synagogue as an interactive text study in place of the D'var Torah on Global Hunger Shabbat 5772.
We know how important it is to feed food to those who do not have any, but what else can we/are we feeding them? Taught to the volunteers of the BJ Thursday lunch program.
To what extent does Jewish Wisdom instruct us to feed the poor?
Sources for Gann Exploration Week on Food Justice
This is a section from Big Green Jewish's Edible Garden Text Study Supplement.
This source sheet is inspired by Big Green Jewish's Edible Garden resource (http://ow.ly/5Ex63), which links practical gardening with Jewish and environmental education.
Jewish text as seen through food ethics
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