When Enough Isn't Enough
In a world in which our food system is increasingly interconnected and interdependent, nearly a billion people face hunger each day while others have more than they could ever need. How does Judaism understand these inequalities and obligate us to eradicate them? Join us to examine classic texts that explore the Jewish understanding of and responses to hunger so that we might realize a world where everyone can experience blessing and bounty. This class was given at the Global Day of Jewish Learning 2012.