After the Verdict, We Gathered

With palpable relief that SOME accountability had happened, and mired in the grief that yet another Black teenager had been murdered by police, we gathered to mark the morning after the verdict of the Chauvin trial

Download the slide pack for our morning liturgy here.

Resources used in the service:

Jericho Brown reading his poem “Bullet Points”

Koach Baruch Frazier leading a live performance of his “Mike Brown Nigun”

Koach Baruch Frazier performing “Heal Me Hashem”

Jews for Racial and Economic Justice “Mourning Black Lives Toolkit”

The Quarry: Social Justice Poetry Database from Split This Rock

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