Our city is in crisis. After decades of unchecked misconduct in the Chicago Police Department, tensions between communities, police, and politicians have reached a boiling point. As a new presidential administration radically shakes up government agencies like the Department of Justice, our city risks descending further into instability and danger. The time has come to act, and so we must act together.

On Passover, we recall our exodus from Egypt, a narrow place with an obstinate ruler, into the great expanse of the promised land. This year, we recognize the narrow place our city is in, and our obligation to heed the call of prophetic voices in Chicago’s most policed communities. Together, let’s come out from under this narrow place of oppression, toward the great expanse of the world as it should be.

This Passover, join us for

Out From the Narrows:

JCUA’s Passover Community Meeting for Police Accountability

WHEN: Sunday, April 2, 3:00 – 4:30 PM
WHERE: Emanuel Congregation,
5959 N. Sheridan, Chicago