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Twenty-nine Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago agency professionals, volunteer leaders, and senior professional staff participated in the annual Government Affairs Agency Advocacy Mission to Washington D.C. on March 21-22.

The Jewish United Fund of Metropolitan Chicago is relieved that an arrest finally has been made concerning most of the bomb threats called to Jewish institutions throughout North America during the past few months.

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Two restaurants in Champaign-Urbana will receive Kosher certification from Vaad Hoeir of St. Louis thanks to a kashering initiative led by Illini Hillel and the Orthodox Union Jewish Learning Initiative on Campus.

JUF also announced a new matching grant program, which will provide annual grants of $10,000-$50,000 to enhance security at qualifying local Jewish organizations.

The source of the fliers, which include the phrase "Ending white privilege starts with ending Jewish privilege," remains unknown.

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Immediately after the launch of the divestment campaign, students formed the group United Illini for a United Campus to oppose this divisive effort and to promote a unified campus.

uic fliers

 Fliers claiming that “Jewish privilege” is the key to social injustice in the United States were found on the campus of the University of Illinois at Chicago.

antepli klein halevi

 “What would it mean to have stronger, healthier relationships between American Muslims and American Jews?” That’s the question that Imam Abdullah Antepli and Yossi Klein Halevi have been asking themselves for many years. 

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 As acts of anti-Semitism continue to rise across the country, city, county and state leaders are speaking out loudly against recent acts of hate that have targeted the Chicago metropolitan Jewish community.

Spiritual Jewish community launches Holistic Wellness Center photo

Mishkan Chicago, a non-denominational spiritual Jewish community in Chicago, launched its first ever wellness center, Maggie's Place, at its northside Ravenswood office.

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