The Jewish Organizing Initiative (JOI) in Boston is a year-long fellowship that teaches the next generation of Jewish leaders about community organizing: helping empower under-served communities to organize themselves, build leadership from within, and bring about systemic change.

Repair the World recently asked a few alumni to reflect on how their community organizing training shapped their ability to do tikkun olam. Click here to see the blog post!

 

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