Jewish Journey to Justice

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By Eliana Chavkin JCUA Member “These are the journeys of the children of Israel, who went out from the land of Egypt in troops by the hand of Moses and Aaron…” –Parshat Masei, Numbers 33:1 We read in Parshat Masei the full list of stops the Jewish people made from Egypt to the land of …

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Jewish Journey to Justice

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By Eliana Chavkin JCUA Member “These are the journeys of the children of Israel, who went out from the land of Egypt in troops by the hand of Moses and Aaron…” –Parshat Masei, Numbers 33:1 HeadshotWe read in Parshat Masei the full list of stops the Jewish people made from Egypt to the land of …

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Meet JCUA’s 2016 Summer Interns

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By Andie Linker JCUA Intern JCUA has 3 dynamic individuals joining our team for the summer! Keep on reading to get to know them a little better. Ethan Ramsay Ethan hails from Oak Park, Illinois and currently attends Carleton College, where he studies history. He is passionate about theater and recently directed a play entitled …

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Always the Stranger

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On  April 11, Northwestern Hillel’s Executive Director and JCUA Member Michael Simon spoke at JCUA’s 2016 Freedom and Justice Seder: The 11th Plague – Standing Against Islamophobia. In celebration of Passover this week, we are honored to share his inspiring presentation in full. By Michael Simon I am the Executive Director of Northwestern Hillel, the center and catalyst for …

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See Something, Say Something

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Illinois State Budget Crisis Continues Join JCUA in Springfield on January 27! By Lisa Bendoff JCUA Member I’m writing this post as Illinois slogs into its sixth month without a budget. Governor Rauner, aided by a divided legislature, seems to be showing a tremendous indifference towards the citizens of his state. Illinois’ residents are being pushed …

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