Welcome to K'vod Habriot
We deeply appreciate your signing of our petition on housing discrimination in East Jeruselm through Care2. You have taken a step to advocate for people whose human rights are threatened, denied or abused. And thank you for requesting more information about RHR-NA.
Founded in 2002, Rabbis for Human Rights - North America (RHR-NA) is an organization of rabbis from all streams of Judaism dedicated to expanding support for the mission and work of RHR in Israel, and to education and advocacy on human rights issues in North America. Click Here for more information about RHR-NA
You have become a part of K'vod Habriot: a Jewish Human Rights Network, the first Jewish Human Rights network of rabbis and individuals dedicated to the human rights of all. The name K'vod Habriot comes from the rabbinic concept of respect for the dignity of all people. It is through K'vod Habriot that RHR-NA works against US-sponsored torture and mobilize activists around key human rights concerns, including our new Campaign Against Slavery.
You can take action to help us stop the construction of a "Museum of Tolerance" on the site of an ancient Muslim cemetery in Jerusalem. Please click here to send a message to Rabbi Marvin Hier, the Dean and Founder of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, letting him know that you disagree with the Center's plans to build a "Museum of Tolerance" on a site that shows such intolerance.
You can also participate in RHR-NA's campaign to end US-sponsored torture--Honor the Image of God: Stop Torture Now. Click Here for more information.
RHR-NA has launched a new campaign in an effort to combat slavery and human trafficking. Click Here for more info and become a fan of K'vod Habriot on Facebook
You are an important part of our on-going work to protect and preserve human rights in North America and around the world.
Thank you again and welcome to our network,
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