Tikkun Olam

Source Sheet

The following texts speak to the meaning of being created in God's image. How do these texts apply to teens that are being bullied, or teens who feel that they fall short of expectations, or people with disabilities. Try and draw a link between these texts and your tzedakkah project topic.
From AJWS Education Model, "The Global HIV/AIDS Pandemic"
i'm interested in learning about my heritage, but all of this history and all of these laws and rituals and texts are overwhelming -- how will i ever understand what Judaism is all about??
What do Jewish texts teach us about every Jew's personal responsibility to contribute to their community?
a short text study designed for 8th-9th graders on why Jews are obligated to act in the world around them and the extent of that obligation
The importance of G'milut Chasidim and its connection to other Jewish obligations
How do Jewish sources show our repsonsibility towards the human rights of those around us?
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.
An exploration of some Jewish values that may offer some useful connections with the emerging collaborative consumption movement. Add Rambam, Mishneh Torah, Laws of Opinions 3:1 Jerusalem Talmud, Kiddushin, end Jerusalem Talmud, Berachot, 57b
To whom does Judasm obligate us? How far out of our immediate circle does this take us?
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