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 reaffirm’s participants why, research legislation we intend to advocate for, discover who our elected officials are, create a personal advocacy plan.
  • 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 [email protected]. The cost of the training funds the important work of the Jewish Center for Justice.