Learning About Justice at KSDS

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On Nov. 29, seventh graders at Krieger Schechter Day School in Baltimore learned from representatives of different organizations and career pathways about the idea of “justice.” Hebrew and Judaics Studies teacher Sally Grobani is leading a year-long, cross-curricular study of the pursuit of justice with the class.

Assistant Federal Public Defender Kathryn Frey-Balter was one of the participants in day’s event, along with representatives from Repair The World: Baltimore; Jews United for Justice; American Jewish World Service (AJWS); Interfaith Power & Light (MD.DC.NoVA); Civic Works; Child First Authority; Jewish Volunteer Connection; and Eye to Eye.