Boston’s Jewish young adults are taking climate action in the days leading up to the midterm elections, and are grounding their climate activism in their Judaism.
“Our community cares deeply about climate change. As young people we really see how this issue affects us and continues to affect us.”
I was talking to Liz Aeschlimann, an organizer with Kavod, a social justice-focused Jewish community in the Boston area about why she and some of her colleagues from the Kavod Dayenu Circle were joining the Chutzpah 2022 phone bank.
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