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Righteous Indignation: A Jewish Call for Justice by [Rabbi Or N. Rose, Jo Ellen Green Kaiser, Margie Klein, David Ellenson, Martha Ackelsberg, Rebecca Alpert, Diane Balser, Jeremy Benstein, Phyllis O. Berman, Ellen Bernstein, Marla Brettschneider, Sharon Brous, Aryeh Cohen, Stephen P. Cohen, Aaron Dorfman, Jacob Feinspan, Marla Feldman, Sandra M. Fox, Julia Greenberg, Mark Hanis, Jill Jacobs, Jane Kanarek, Elliot Rose Kukla, Joshua Seth Ladon, Arieh Lebowitz, Michael Lerner, Shaul Magid, Natan Margalit, Ruth Messinger, Jay Michaelson, Micha Odenheimer, Jonah Dov Pesner, Judith Plaskow, Judith Rosenbaum, April Rosenblum, Adam Rubin, Danya Ruttenberg, David Saperstein, Joel Schalit, Sidney Schwarz, Martin I. Seltman, Dara Silverman, Daniel Sokatch, Shana Starobin, Naomi Tucker, Abigail Uhrman, Arthur O. Waskow, Melissa Weintraub, Elliot N. Dorff]

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Rabbi Or N. Rose is an associate dean at the Rabbinical School of Hebrew College. He is the coeditor of God in All Moments: Mystical and Practical Spiritual Wisdom from Hasidic Masters and Righteous Indignation: A Jewish Call for Justice; Jewish Mysticism and the Spiritual Life: Classical Texts, Contemporary Reflections and Speaking Torah: Spiritual Teachings from around the Maggid's Table, Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 (all Jewish Lights).



Jo Ellen Green Kaiser, PhD, has fostered Jewish thinking about social justice for over a decade as an editor at Tikkun and at Zeek: A Journal of Jewish Thought and Culture.



Margie Klein is a passionate activist and budding religious leader. Founder and director of Moishe House Boston: Kavod Jewish Social Justice House, she is a student at the Rabbinical School of Hebrew College. She is the founder of Project Democracy, a program that mobilized 97,000 students to vote in the 2004 election.



Dr. David Ellenson is president of Hebrew Union College–Jewish Institute of Religion. Dr. Ellenson was ordained as a rabbi at HUC JIR and received his PhD from Columbia University. His book After Emancipation: Jewish Religious Responses to Modernity won the National Jewish Book Award. His most recent book, Pledges of Jewish Allegiance: Conversion, Law, and Policymaking in Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Orthodox Responsa, was coauthored with Daniel Gordis.

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Seeking to provide a set of intellectual and spiritual resources to encourage a sophisticated conversation about Judaism, social justice and environmental responsibility, this book more than meets its mark. The contributors, who are activists, intellectuals and spiritual leaders, broadly interpret their mission, touching on topics such as social justice, toxic waste, renewable energy, stem cell research, domestic violence and Middle East peace. Unsurprisingly, many touch on the Jewish imperative, tikkun olam—mending the world—and how we might better accomplish our part. However, those authors' focus on mending the world doesn't stop with recommendations for service but centers just as much, if not more, on far-reaching reform—changing social systems for the better. While written for progressive Jews and their communities, anyone struggling with the age-old conundrum of ...but what can I do? should sample this wonderful buffet of ideas, replete not just with tradition but with innovative interpretations suited to a 21st-century approach toward social action and reform. A must-have for libraries, Hillel chapters and campus multicultural centers, it promises to fuel more than a few late-night conversations, whether around the Shabbat table, boardroom or dorm. (Feb.)
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  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B01HT6DCIO
  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Jewish Lights; 1st edition (March 20 2013)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • File size ‏ : ‎ 1128 KB
  • Text-to-Speech ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader ‏ : ‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray ‏ : ‎ Not Enabled
  • Word Wise ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Print length ‏ : ‎ 384 pages
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Rabbi Danya Ruttenberg is the author of On Repentance and Repair: Making Amends in an Unrepentant World (Beacon Press, 2022), Nurture the Wow: Finding Spirituality in the Frustration, Boredom, Tears, Poop, Desperation, Wonder, and Radical Amazement of Parenting (Flatiron Books, 2016), a National Jewish Book Award finalist, and Surprised By God: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Religion (Beacon Press), which was nominated for the Sami Rohr Prize in Jewish Literature.

She was named by Newsweek and The Daily Beast as one of ten “rabbis to watch,” as one of 21 “faith leaders to watch” by the Center for American Progress, by the Forward as one of the top 50 most influential women rabbis, has been a Washington Post Sunday crossword clue (83 Down) and, in her younger days, called a “wunderkund of Jewish feminism” by Publishers Weekly.

She is also editor of The Passionate Torah: Sex and Judaism (NYU Press) and Yentl's Revenge: The Next Wave of Jewish Feminism (Seal Press); and co-editor, with Rabbi Elliot Dorff, of three books on Jewish ethics: Sex and Intimacy (JPS); War and National Security (JPS, August 2010); and Social Justice (JPS, August 2010).

She has written for The New York Times, The Atlantic, he Washington Post, Time, and many other publications. She has been featured on NPR, in The Atlantic, USA Today, NBC News, CNN, MTV News, Vice, Buzzfeed News, Upworthy, the Canadian Broadcasting Company, Al Jazeera America, and elsewhere.

She serves as Scholar in Residence at the National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW). More information about her can be found at http://danyaruttenberg.net/.

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