Patrick Dankwa John is a Black Christian attorney living and working in the Chicago area. He is the president of Chicago's Decalogue Society of Lawyers, America's oldest Jewish bar association. He is Decalogue's first Black and first Christian president. Pat believes that Christians should embrace the Jewishness of Jesus and speak up against anti-Semitism. He grew up for several years in Brooklyn, NY and completed his undergraduate education at the City College of NY in Harlem, where he majored in Urban Legal Studies and minored in Black Studies. Pat is originally from Guyana, South America, a place of great religious diversity. Guyana celebrates the major religions of Christianity, Islam and Hinduism. Guyana's first female president was Jewish--Janet Jagan (f/k/a Janet Rosenberg). The views expressed are Pat's alone, and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Decalogue Society Of Lawyers, or any other organization.