Ze’evi Berman lives and breathes Judaism and social justice activism. The third-year cantorial student at Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion (HUC) is one of six students to receive the T’ruah Rabbinical and Cantorial Student Summer Fellowship in Human Rights. Berman, a Newton native and alum of Camp Eisner in the Berkshires, grew up at Temple Shalom in Newton. For Berman, the Reform congregation was one of their inspirations to enter the cantorate. “The cantors at Temple Shalom and the song leaders at Eisner showed me I loved Jewish music. It’s a powerful tool and one of the things I value most,” they recently told JewishBoston.