For the Future of the Negev
At Tamar, we are working to break the cycle of poverty and bridge the socioeconomic gaps between Bedouin youth and their Jewish peers.
It was a typical day in the life of a working parent. My 5 year old daughter, Sela, had an eye infection and I had work to do. She couldn’t go to school but had already started treatment in the days prior, so I, like many other hardworking moms, brought her to work with me.
Perhaps unlike many working Jewish parents in Israel, I work for a Bedouin organization, Tamar Center Negev, with a mostly Bedouin staff.
Ravit Greenberg | 1.5.2017