Rights and Roots– Exploring Immigration and Jewish Ethics

Join us for Rights and Roots: an engaging evening for young adults to explore the challenges facing both documented and undocumented immigrants in the U.S. through the framework of Jewish values and ethics.

Rights and Roots RSVP ButtonHear speakers from diverse immigrant communities share their personal experiences and join in a reflection and discussion on Jewish textual and cultural perspectives on immigration issues of today. Kosher food from various immigrant communities will be provided.

When: Thursday, May 19, 7-10 pm

Where: Russian Moishe House, 474 N. Lake Shore Drive

The event is free, but space is limited so reserve your spot today.

[Download a PDF flyer of the event to share with your friends]

For more information contact Emily Zucker Burns at 312-663-0960 or emily@jcua.org.

This event is organized by young leaders from the Jewish Council on Urban Affairs Associate Division, Birthright Israel NEXT Chicago and Moishe House-RSJ (Russian-Speaking Jewish).

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