What Is Your Food Worth? is a collaborative project housed at the Feinstein Center for American Jewish History at Temple University. In partnership with Philadelphia-area synagogues, cultural institutions, and activist groups, What Is Your Food Worth? seeks to stimulate conversations about food, ethics, sustainability, and eating Jewish.
Moved by the rabbi’s presentation, a student is moved to act on behalf of the tomato workers’ coalition.
Does the food movement have potential to reinvigorate Jewish life? Lila Corwin Berman breaks it down at Rodeph Shalom, reports Stephanie Singer.
Peter Singer has written the best book on food ethics you haven’t read yet. Read a succulent snippet in this interview where Singer talks about Judaism, suffering, and his humanitarian utilitarianism.