T’ruah staff, leaders, and alumni of our student programs can be available to speak about issues including:

  • The Image of God: Implications for Contemporary Human Rights
  • The Jewish Origins of Human Rights
  • Ending the Occupation: A Jewish Human Rights Perspective
  • Jewish Responses to Police Violence and Mass Incarceration
  • How and Why the Jewish Community Should Show Up for Black Lives Matter
  • Democracy and Jewish Thought
  • Tikkun Olam 
  • Love the Non-Citizen as Yourself: Jewish Approaches to Immigration and How to Fight for the Rights of Non-Citizens
  • The Role of Synagogues in Justice Work
  • Slavery and Trafficking: From Mitzrayim to the U.S. Labor Force
  • #TomatoRabbis: The Fight for Worker-driven Social Responsibility in South Florida 
  • White Nationalism and Antisemitism

During COVID-19, all speaking engagements must be virtual. Speakers expect an honorarium appropriate to the type of engagement, amount of preparation required, and who is speaking (ranging from $250-$1,000 for virtual events). To request a speaker, please fill out the form below: