People of faith have a clear mandate to work in the pursuit of justice. But what does that look like, and how can it affect the reality of poverty in our communities? How can we break the cycle of poverty and create pathways to promising employment?
Rabbi Sharon Brous, the senior and founding rabbi of Los Angeles’ IKAR Jewish community, has emerged as a global spiritual leader by posing questions like these and urging people of all religions to engage their faiths in pursuit of a more just world. On March 8th, Rabbi Brous invites the Indianapolis community to join her in that pursuit at the Faith & Action Spring Conference.
Check out the video below to hear Rabbi Brous share in her own words why fighting systemic injustice matters.
Join Rabbi Brous and engage with like-minded community members working to break the cycle of poverty as together we seek solutions to the injustices facing our neighbors.
To learn more about the Spring Conference, click here.
To register, click here.