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Detroit Jews for Justice organizes Metro Detroit Jewish community to participate in movements for racial and economic justice. We envision a region that is more equitable and joyous for all, with an emphasis on supporting the rights and leadership of people of color, low-income workers, the unemployed, women, LGBTQI, immigrants, and others struggling against systemic oppression. We draw strength from Jewish tradition, thought and culture to sustain our work.
Jewish Historical Society of Michigan, founded in 1959, JHSM interprets and highlights the history of Jewish Michigan. Our mission is to glean wisdom from the tragedies and triumphs of the past to chart our way forward. In the classroom, in the boardroom, or out in the community, we bring history into dialogue with the present. With your help, we can achieve our vision: illuminating the past for a brighter future.
Jewish Communal Leadership Program at the University of Michigan offers a distinctive educational opportunity for emerging leaders committed to helping Jewish communities meet 21st-century challenges while also addressing broader social concerns. The 20-month program includes a Master's in Social Work; Certificate in Jewish Communal Leadership from the Jean and Samuel Frankel Center for Judaic Studies; and supervised field work in a range of local, national, and international change-making agencies
Stand with Trans is a life-saving support organization which provides affirming resources, programs and education to transgender and nonbinary youth, parents/caregivers, community members and anyone desiring to learn more about what it means to be transgender. Founded in 2015 by Roz Gould Keith and inspired by her younger child's transition from female to male, she was determined to make life easier for families and youth who came after. Their vision is to erase the stigma surrounding trans identities. All it takes is one accepting adult to change a young person's life.
Wayne State University Press is a distinctive urban publisher committed to supporting its parent institution’s core research, teaching, and service mission by generating high-quality scholarly and general interest works of global importance. Through its publishing program, the Press disseminates research, advances education, and serves the local community while expanding the international reputation of the Press and the University.
The Well creates and fosters an accessible, inclusive, relationship-driven community for young adults and families with young children that uses Jewish wisdom and ritual to help community members flourish as human beings. Since 2015, The Well has strived to create a Jewish community of individuals who so love being part of it that they actively and wholeheartedly help cultivate community for and with others.