This year’s Labor Seder focused on racial justice, in solidarity with the ongoing national movement and what Rabbi Elizabeth Richman called “One of the most urgent moral issues of our time.” The 14th annual event, organized by Jews United for Justice, lifted up the voices of leaders of color on topics ranging from police brutality to fair housing to decent, dignified work, and mobilized the hundreds in attendance to “take action against racism in our country and our region.” Dena Briscoe, president of the Nation’s Capital and Southern MD Local of the APWU, called the evening "incredibly energizing." photos by Chris Garlock. Also posted on our Facebook page where you can share and tag them.
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