Repairing the World: is Tikkun Olam Jewish?

Repairing the World: is Tikkun Olam Jewish?

Tikkun Olam might literally mean “fixing the world,” but it’s commonly understood as “Jewish Social Justice.” But what’s so Jewish about the idea of fixing the world and when did people decide it was broken? Join us as we figure out how Tikkun Olam transitioned into one of the most Jewish buzzwords of all and what healing the world looks like in practice. Utilize the accompanying educational resources to engage your students.

These videos were created in partnership with the Z3 Project, an initiative of the Oshman Family JCC.

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