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There Are Many Different Ways to Get Involved

Talk to your friends, families, workplaces and religious institutions about a ceasefire. Learn, unlearn, join a grief circle, go to protest, and connect with us for shared community. Feel free to reach out for media inquiries.

Step 1: Sign Petitions

The civilians in Palestine need our urgent attention and action. As social workers and therapists, and as fellow humans we need to stand for an immediate humanitarian ceasefire to facilitate the provision of essential services and support. We have the opportunity and the obligation to use our collective voice to alleviate suffering and promote the restoration of peace and dignity for all of those affected. 
Please follow the below links to sign a petition today and stand with us in demanding immediate action from relevant authorities on these pressing issues:

If the above does not apply to you, you can also contact your member of Parliament/Congress and call for an immediate ceasefire!

Step 2: Help Bring Attention to What's Happening in Gaza

Take part in protests. Marches, rallies, and vigils are a powerful way to publicly demonstrate solidarity with Gaza. Join our mailing list to learn about news, events, and how you can join us in solidarity.

Step 3: Learn More About Gaza and Lift Up Palestinian Voices

At Jewish Social Workers and Therapists for Social Justice, we are committed to supporting education about the current situation in Gaza. We offer a variety of resources to help people better understand the issues, including links to articles, podcasts, and videos from Palestinian voices. We believe that education is the key to creating a world that is free from violence, oppression, and injustice.

Step 4: Support the Statements/Demands of “Independent Jewish Voices”

"Ending Israel’s occupation and colonization of all Arab lands and dismantling the Wall. Recognizing the fundamental rights of the Arab-Palestinian citizens of Israel to full equality; and respecting, protecting and promoting the rights of Palestinian refugees to return to their homes and properties as stipulated in UN Resolution 194."

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