The Academic Jewish Studies Internet Directory lists and provides links to university programs in Jewish studies in the United States.
Jewish Prisoner Services serves Jewish inmates before, during and after incarceration.
Jewish Funds for Justice works for economic justice, including affordable housing. Its national Tzedec program increases home ownership in low- to moderate-income neighborhoods by pooling low- and no-interest loans from Jewish philanthropists and reinvesting them in community development financial institutions. It has organized millions of dollars in real estate projects across the country and has offices in New […]
Temple Beth Kodesh in Boynton Beach, Fla., has a Facebook page administered by Rabbi Michael Simon.
Shir Chadash is a Conservative synagogue in the New Orleans area with a Facebook page. Its rabbi, Ethan Linden, has a Twitter account.
Congregation Beth Elohim in Brooklyn, N.Y., has an active Facebook page. Rabbi Andy Bachman is its creator.
Bitterlemons is an online roundtable, a publication on the Middle East put out by Palestinian sociologist Ghassan Khatib and Yossi Alpher, a consultant on Israeli-related strategic issues.
MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger is a national nonprofit agency working against hunger in the United States and abroad. Its president and CEO, Abby J. Leibman, says the 2012 farm bill should protect and increase food stamp funding, provide incentives for farmers to make produce more affordable at local markets and make nutritional improvements to […]
The Jewish Working Group for a Just Farm Bill includes representatives from American Jewish World Service, the Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life, Hazon, the Jewish Council for Public Affairs, MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger and the Union for Reform Judaism. Several spoke on Capitol Hill earlier this year about the bill.