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Economic Justice

“(Every seventh year) that which grows of itself of your harvest you shall not reap, and the grapes of your vine you should not gather; it shall be a year of solemn rest for the land.

Tyler Dratch

This week, Google announced that it will no longer allow advertisements for pred

Tyler Dratch

Rabbinic tradition has always encouraged Jews to provide loans to assist those in need.

Tyler Dratch

Last week, some big news came out of the United States Department of the Treasury.  Treasury Secretary Jack Lew announced that there will b

Tracy Wolf
tray on a lunch line

At my elementary school, every student had the ability to purchase lunch tickets so that they did not need to carry cash every day, and for a forgetful young child like me, these tickets were much

Tyler Dratch

This month, New York and California both raised their state minimum wage to $15 an hour, the highest statewide wage in the country.

Tyler Dratch
three children playing

On Passover, as we sit around the seder table with family and friends, we pause so the youngest person can recite the Four Questions.

Tyler Dratch
desert, footsteps

Last week, I had the privilege of attending the spring meeting of Reform Judaism’s Commission on Social Action as a representative of the Central Conference of American Rabbis. Together with

Rabbi David Widzer
family of 4 eating lunch

While the FAMILY Act (H.R. 1439/S.

Tyler Dratch

On April 12, people all across the United States will observe Equal Pay Day, which is the day each year that symbolizes when women’s earnings “catch up” to what their male counterparts earned in th

Tracy Wolf