Our Statements of
Collegiality and Solidarity
On Wednesday, January 6, 2021, just one day after the history-making elections of Georgia’s first Black Senator and first Jewish Senator, President Donald Trump incited a violent and unruly mob animated by white supremacy and anti-democratic sensibilities, to take control of the Capitol building
On January 10th, 2016, the members of the Society of Jewish Ethics joined with our colleagues from the Society of Christian Ethics in making this statement: A disturbing wave of hostility and hatred aimed at Muslims continues to sweep across the globe The Society of Jewish Ethics joins the Society of Christian Ethics in repudiating this hostility
The Society of Jewish Ethics forcefully and unequivocally condemns the recent murders of Breonna Taylor, Nina Pop, George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Tony McDade, James Scurlock, and David McAtee (among many, many others) and the appalling, militarized violence leveled by police forces across the country toward Black communities.