Racial Justice & Equity in Response to the Killing of George Floyd

Jun 1, 2020 | Blog, racial justice & equity

Racial Justice & Equity in Response to the Killing of George Floyd

Tuesday, June, 2, 2020

UPDATED: Friday, June 5, 2020

 

As we continue to bear witness to the pain, anger, loss, and frustration expressed by so many in cities across the country, including our own, systemic racism continues to reach out from the depths of our country’s history to shake us awake in this present moment.

JCRC will help our community actively listen to the voices, and cries, of our black friends, neighbors, family and community members. We will share statements, articles, and resources directly from our partners in the Black community. Resilient listening is only the start. It is one small, but important way, we can be allies in the call for – and collective march toward – justice.

 

Below is a list of posts and articles we have shared on our Facebook page this week. You can also view them on our websitehere:

Indiana Black Legislative Caucus Press ConferenceIBLC Facebook, Video, 6.5.2020

Where Will You Be? by Hannah ThomasIndyHub Facebook, Blog, 6.5.202

Indiana Board of Rabbis Statement on ReopeningIBOR Facebook, Statement, 5.4.2020

Faith in Indiana Press ConferenceFaith in Indiana Facebook, Video, 6.4.2020

Systemic Racism ExplainedAct.tv, Video, 6.4.2020

Rabbi Brett’s Krichiver remarks from Racial Justice RallyIHC Facebook, 6.4.2020

Dear Jewish community – here’s what to do nowby the Officers of the JCRC Directors Association, The Forward, 6.3.2020

Urban League Movement StatementIUL Facebook, 6.3.2020

Aerial shot of Faith in Indiana’s “Die in”JCRC Facebook, 6.1.2020

African American Coalition of Indianapolis, AACI Facebook, Statement, 6.1.2020

Ft. Wayne Interfaith gathering for racial justice, Congregation Achduth Vesholom Facebook, 6.1.2020

Indianapolis Urban LeagueIUL Facebook, Statement, 6.1.2020

Kennedy King Memorial InitiativeKKMI Facebook, Statement, 6.1.2020

Tony Mason: Why a riot ‘is the language of the unheard’, by Tony Mason, IBJ, 6.1.2020

‘Believe us’: Black Jews respond to the George Floyd protests, in their own words, by Josefin Dolsten, JTA, 5.31.2020

JCRC attends faith leader rally for racial justiceJCRC Facebook, 5.31.2020

‘We stand in solidarity’: Jewish organizations respond to the protests over George Floyd’s deathJTA, Philissa Cramer, 5.31.2020

Greater Indianapolis NAACPGreater Indianapolis NAACP Facebook, Statement, 5.30.2020

JCRC stands with the Black community for racial justiceJCRC Facebook, 5.30.2020