Join a discussion with Rabbi Mordechai Liebling about the range of organized Jewish responses to social justice over the years.
Reflections on the Field of Jewish Social Justice: Ten Years of Training Rabbis for Activism, By Rabbi Mordechai Liebling
The root of the Hebrew word Achrayut, usually translated as responsibility, can be achar (which means "after") or acher (meaning "other"). Some will point to what happens "after" we act is why we are responsible, and some will point out that we are truly not separate from the "other" is why we are responsible.
Share with us your understanding of Achrayut (or achrayus).
Achrayut, By Rabbi Julian Sinclair
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