The Jewish Center for Justice recently launched our Legislative Advocacy Training Series, a three-part series that is designed to:

  • Empower current and future leaders to build a more compassionate and just society.
  • Connect justice activists with unique opportunities to formulate their voices and make an impact on issues from immigration to gun violence prevention to economic justice.
  • Connect Judaism’s ancient tradition to our contemporary world in a way that creates a better and more just society for future generations.

What are the three (3) sessions?

  • Session 1: A one-hour introduction session that roots legislative advocacy in Jewish tradition and values. 
  • Session 2: A one-hour session that teaches participants how to educate themselves on the pressing issues, how to build an advocacy plan, and how to create a call or email script for legislator outreach. 
  • Session 3: A one-hour conversation with a guest speaker on how to best communicate advocacy messages to elected officials and their staffs.

Learn more about the Legislative Advocacy Training Series here.

If you are interested in scheduling a Legislative Advocacy Training for your synagogue or youth group, please contact Executive Director Rabbi Joel Thal Simonds at The cost of the training funds the important work of the Jewish Center for Justice.