Rabbi Sid Schwarz is a senior fellow at Clal: The National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership, and director of the national interfaith project Faith and the Common Good, based at Auburn Seminary. The founder of Panim, he is the author most recently of Judaism and Justice: The Jewish Passion to Repair the World (Jewish Lights).
Through a retelling of the history of Panim, founder Sid Schwarz offers a new take on how to do social justice work.
Rabbi Sid Schwarz responds to Jay Michaelson’s article, which puts forth the theory that social justice problems are projected and not fixable.
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