Jewish Women's Archive - Living the Legacyhttp://jwa.org/LivingtheLegacy
Workers and Their Allies, Then and Now
- When we succeed in helping ourselves out of oppressive conditions, we are often motivated to work in solidarity with others for justice.
- Methods for doing social justice expand as Jews identify with other oppressed groups.
- With whom do you feel solidarity?
- To whom would you turn for help?
- What were different models for affiliation in the American Jewish immigrant community and what purposes did they serve?
- How are Jewish individuals and organizations allying with oppressed workers today to improve working conditions?
- a sheet of 8 ½ x 14” paper per student
- pens and pencils for Part I of the lesson
- copies of the document study sources for each student
- copies of the brochure project directions for each student (optional)
- 8 ½ x 11” and 8 ½ x 14 white and colored paper
- markers for Part III of the lesson