Hunger

Offline Source Sheet

This is the first part of a resource designed as a suppliment for Jewish communities and schools to Equal Exchange's comprehensive Fair Trade curriculum for 5th-8th graders,which can be found at:http://www.equalexchange.coop/educationaltools
A source sheet based on a responsum about responding to letters soliciting tzedakah received through the mail.
This is a simple text study for children or adults to begin thinking about Fair Trade and Jewish perspectives on Fair Trade.
This is the facilitators' version of a workshop which explores Jewish perspectives on Fair Trade. It is designed for high schoolers, young adults, or adults who want an in-depth text study and also have a facilitator to lead a learning session. The participants' version is also posted.
This is the participants' version of a workshop which explores Jewish perspectives on Fair Trade. It is designed for high schoolers, young adults, or adults who want an in-depth text study and also have a facilitator to lead a learning session. The facilitators' version is also posted.
This source sheet explores Judaism's view on food aid in the lens of the holiday of Shavuot
A 3 hour discussion of Jewish texts that discuss migration and immigration, as well as the Jewish attitude toward the stranger or foreigner.
A text study exploring Joseph's implementation of food aid for Egypt, and comparing it to US Food Aid today.
Can we assume that if you have something, you deserve it? What the blessings and curses in Parshat Bechukotai can teach us about global hunger.
A text study looking at the conflicting ways we interact with food during the High Holidays, and examining what we can learn that is applicable to food justice and hunger relief work, with a focus on Haiti.
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