T’ruah: The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights

T’ruah brings the Torah’s ideals of human dignity, equality, and justice to life by empowering rabbis and cantors to be moral voices and to lead Jewish communities in advancing democracy and human rights for all people in the United States, Israel, and the occupied Palestinian territories.

Cry aloud; do not be silent. Lift up your voice like a shofar.

— Isaiah 58:1


Bibi in NYC: Prayers for Democracy + Human Rights & Week of Protests

When PM Netanyahu comes to NYC for UNGA, the Jewish community will be ready to meet him.

A woman in kippah and blazer speaks into a megaphone with protest in background

Israel Resources for Clergy: High Holidays 5784

Resources for Jewish clergy preparing to talk and teach about Israel on the High Holidays.

Tishrei: A Guide to Immigration Justice Teachings for Rabbis and Cantors

Faith leaders like us can shape new narratives to advance immigration justice. Find out how.

Support Israeli Protesters for Democracy!

Take action to stop the judicial coup and save Israeli democracy.
Rabbi Guy Austrian

(M)oral Torah

Ha’Azinu: Learning From Our Ancestors with Humility and Chutzpah

by Rabbi Guy Austrian |Ha'Azinu

We find that we have to learn from our ancestors with a dual dose of humility and chutzpah: both to learn from their wisdom, and also to transcend their limitations.

Thought Leadership from T’ruah

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