Discrimination & Diversity

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This pack contains activities and resources relating human rights to Jewish texts. Learning about the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the 10 commandments.
This pack contains activities and resources relating human rights to Jewish texts. Learning about the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the 10 commandments.
This pack contains activities and resources relating human rights to Jewish texts. Learning about the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the 10 commandments.
This pack contains activities and resources relating human rights to Jewish texts. Learning about the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the 10 commandments.
Relating to non-Jews. By Rachel Rosenthal.
Two stories, one modern, one ancient, of lives that challenge the meaning of "who is a Jew".
A 3 hour discussion of Jewish texts that discuss migration and immigration, as well as the Jewish attitude toward the stranger or foreigner.
This lesson extracted from Keshet's Hineini Curriculum Resource Guide asks students to study the evolution the Jewish legal status of the heresh - deaf-mute and the deaf person from Torah to Modernity. After engaged in text study students are asked to consider whether the evolution and understanding of the status of gay and lesbian Jews is comparable.
A text study presenting some gentile textual perspectives on Jewish money for discussion and contrast with Jewish texts and perspectives, originally presented at the Wexner Graduate Fellowship Summer Institute 2006
Immigration in Torah sources - Rabbi Shmuly Yanklowitz
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