Candle Delivery on Capitol Hill

December 20, 2012

Over 1,000 people joined us in telling Congress that it’s time to end tax cuts for the wealthiest two percent. Today, we brought their voices to the capitol and delivered candles to members of Congress to show that Jews want a tax system that works for everyone. 

Lighting the Path Toward Opportunity and Justice

December 5, 2012

When we light the menorah, it's about more than presents. The candles remind us that when our days are darkest we gather together with family to bring light and hope into the world. The aim of our work at Bend the Arc: A Jewish Partnership for Justice is to do just that: hold America to its promise as a land of opportunity and justice for all.

Young Jews Travel the Nation Talking about Taxes

Rich Man Tour at the DNC
November 26, 2012

This summer Bend the Arc’s “If I Were a Rich Man” tour, a roving band of troubadours for justice, traveled to eight states talking to Americans about what it means to invest in the common good through an equitable tax system. 

Turning Blight Into Blessings

November 16, 2012

The Isaiah Fund’s $305,000 loan to the nonprofit Harmony Neighborhood Development was used to acquire, demolish, and rebuild these blighted and vacant houses in Central City New Orleans, and replace them with beautiful new affordable homes.

California's Election 2012

Voter Guide
November 13, 2012

This fall, Regional Council members of Bend the Arc Bay Area and Bend the Arc Los Angeles created an in-depth guide to the propositions appearing on California’s November ballot.