Materials published by JCUA include:
- Study guides
- Fact sheets
Shavuot Text Study: Judaism and Immigration Justice
. On the night of the holiday of Shavuot Jewish communities throughout the world have engaged in the practice of all night Torah study since at least the 16th century. In keeping with that tradition the Jewish Council on Urban Affairs is proud to present a text study to be used on Shavuot night on the topic of immigration justice. We hope this text study will serve as a valuable resource for rabbis, educators and all interested.
JCUA Passover Haggadah, 2016 Edition —
"The 11th Plague: Standing Against Islamophobia." We are commanded to not fear the stranger, for we were strangers in Egypt. How can we, as a Jewish community, be allies with Muslims in combatting Islamophobia?
JCUA Passover Haggadah, 2015 Edition —
"Getting to the Promised Land." Collectively, we must work to move Chicago away from a Mitzrayim of structural racism and inequality. All of Chicago’s residents are entitled to live in a promised land with equal access to abundant rights and resources.
JCUA Passover Haggadah, 2014 Edition —
"From Handguns to Hope." A Passover Haggadah specially customized to focus on handgun violence in Chicago, its impact and potential solutions.
JCUA Passover Haggadah, 2013 Edition
— "Parsley, Plagues and Power" was the theme of JCUA's 2013 Freedom and Justice Seder. This Haggadah is perfect for your Passover seder, either as a complete service or as excerpts to enhance whichever Haggadah you are using.