Hunger

Dvar Torah

American Jewish World service publishes divrei Torah for each major Jewish holiday, which explore themes of social justice that emerge from that holiday. Visit http://tinyurl.com/chagvchesed to sign up to receive this publication by e-mail.
American Jewish World service publishes divrei Torah for each major Jewish holiday, which explore themes of social justice that emerge from that holiday. Visit http://tinyurl.com/chagvchesed to sign up to receive this publication by e-mail.
This sermon was given at Beth El Synagogue in St. Louis Park, Minnesota on 8 Nisan 5772 by Rabbi Avi S. Olitzky.
A modern take on the plagues. Originally published for distribution on the Hazon CSA Listserve.
American Jewish World service publishes divrei Torah for each major Jewish holiday, which explore themes of social justice that emerge from that holiday. Visit http://tinyurl.com/chagvchesed to sign up to receive this publication by e-mail.
American Jewish World service publishes divrei Torah for each major Jewish holiday, which explore themes of social justice that emerge from that holiday. Visit http://tinyurl.com/chagvchesed to sign up to receive this publication by e-mail.
This d'var was published in the Huffington Post just before Passover of 2012. It is a discussion of hope and homelessness, our reaction to poverty (or lack thereof) and Passover's themes of exile and redemption.
Yom Kippur Day Sermon addressing hunger by Rabbi Harold J. Kravitz. Adath Jeshurun Congregation - Minnetonka, MN.
American Jewish World service publishes divrei Torah for each major Jewish holiday, which explore themes of social justice that emerge from that holiday. Visit http://tinyurl.com/chagvchesed to sign up to receive this publication by e-mail.
A dvar torah about justice and community-building through a lens of hunger. Delivered in March 2012 at Beth Sholom Congregation in Elkins Park, PA.
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