2023 Purim Tickets
Thank you for visiting the DJJ Purim 2023 donation page! While there is no required fee to attend, your contribution helps us make this event a reality.
$5-36 sliding scale tickets!
Help us DJJ- Do Justice Jewishly!
To pay for your 2023 Purim Extravaganza Tickets, CLICK HERE!
Donate online here or send a check addressed to "Detroit Jews for Justice" to the following address:
Detroit Jews for Justice
440 Burroughs, Suite 625
DJJ is building Jewish political communities we can be proud of—communities based on local and intergenerational relationships, that practice solidarity with all oppressed people, and that embody the world we want to live in. We are building Jewish spaces that center the young, queer, non-white, and disabled among us, spaces that people won’t run away from. We are following the lead of movements of other marginalized groups, and building deep coalitions that will protect each other from the far-right. But in order to do all of this well, we need resources.
DJJ relies on its extended community for a substantial portion of our budget because we need to, but also because it reflects DJJ's commitment to letting our volunteer leaders guide the organization. If you value the work of local, progressive, Jewish political organizing, donate today to celebrate a breakthrough 2022!
Thank you so much for your generous gift! Your support makes this work possible.
If you would like to become a monthly sustaining donor to DJJ, please click here.Donate
'67 Haggadah Supplement
DJJ leaders Jake Ehrlich and Zak Rosen developed a Passover Torah supplement inspired by the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Detroit Rebellion, with art by Julia Loman.
Sign up below to receive an email download of the supplement to use at your seder.
Click here to learn more about DJJ's event series exploring the legacy of '67.
Michigan Jews Pledge Solidarity with Immigrant, Arab & Muslim Communities
265of a 300 signature goal
We will not stand idly by while the administration escalates its attacks on Muslims, Arabs, refugees and immigrants. We pledge to show up: in the streets, at the airport, in our decision-makers’ offices and inboxes. Compelled by Jewish values, history and self-interest, we commit to the struggle against white supremacy and bigotry in all its forms.
Sign below and share widely to help us meet our goal of 300 signatures.