Ilana Schatz

Ilana Schatz – Author Ilana Schatz is the founding director of Fair Trade Judaica, a nonprofit building a fair trade movement in the Jewish community. She has been active in Jewish social justice for over 30 years, focusing on community economic development, affordable housing, homelessness and community investing. Ilana was a lay spiritual leader at Kehilla Community Synagogue in Oakland, California, for 15 years before starting FTJ.

Northern California Community Loan Fund – 2011 Annual Report

Board Director – Ilana Schatz  

2005-08-26 New East Bay federation president: Theres a lot to do

1998-08-21 Jewish activists seek mayors help on Presidio housing  At the Prop. L victory party held at the Unity Church two days after the June 2 election, Ilana Schatz, director of the American Jewish Congress’s Poverty Action Alliance, had one main comment about saving the 466 units from demolition: “Dayenu.” “Two ministers started singing `Dayenu,’ and I started laughing,” Schatz recalled.

NiShima Let Us Hear

2014-04-10 Fair Trade Chocolate Charoset   Ilana Schatz is the founding director of Fair Trade Judaica. She lives in El Cerrito, CA and loves to hike, restore their backyard to its original oak tree habitat, and make wine and liqueur from the eight plum trees in their garden.

About mekorganic

I have been a Peace and Social Justice Advocate most all of my adult life. In 2022, I am again running for U.S. Congress in CA under the Green Party. This Blog and website are meant to be a progressive educational site, an alternative to corporate media and the two dominate political parties. Your comments and participation are most appreciated. (Click photo) .............................................. Paid for by Michael Kerr for Congress with Peace and Justice C00803577
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