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The Jewish and Social Justice Perspective. Aryeh Pelcovitz, Uri L'Tzedek
From the series "Healthcare in Jewish Thought and Jewish Law," taught by Eytan Yammer at Hebrew Institute of White Plains in November 2009:
From the series "Healthcare in Jewish Thought and Jewish Law," taught by Eytan Yammer at Hebrew Institute of White Plains in November 2009:
Joey Pick's shiur on mitzvot for the hearing-impaired.

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From AJWS Education Model, "The Global HIV/AIDS Pandemic"
Walking in the ways of the Lord: The Universal Importance of Visiting the Sick
Making restitution for our negligence & creating a safe environment for others
This text study, created by AJWS staff for Global Hunger Shabbat, uses both Jewish and secular texts to answer questions of our moral imperative to address global hunger.
This source sheet places the obligation to address HIV/AIDS pandemic in the larger context of the imperative to save lives.
Does Judaism mandate universal health care? Does a Jewish responsibility to heal the sick extend beyond other Jews?
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