An ensemble gathered by the Second Baptist Church sings at a gathering against anti-Semitism and racism at Beth Emet Synagogue. About 100 people, including a dozen clergy members, attended the event organized by Rev. Dr. Michael Nabors of Second Baptist, Rabbi Andrea London of Beth Emet and Rabbi Rachel Weiss of the Jewish Reconstructionist Congregation. They issued a statement that concluded: “We understand that to create a fully equitable and compassionate society, it is not sufficient that we engage in symbolic action. Our action must be real and sustained and needs to happen now.” Credit: Richard Cahan / Evanston RoundTable

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  1. I am in full support of this gathering and would like to have known about it, if it was open to the public.
    My guess is more might have been present had there been more notice.