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Members of North Suburban Synagogue Beth El in Highland Park, Ill., at a "Mitzvah Day" earlier this year, a day when families participated in projects to help others. Courtesy Monique Parsons hide caption

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Chicago's Jewish Community Unites To Be More Inclusive Of People With Disabilities

Houses of worship struggle with how to be inclusive of people with disabilities. An ambitious effort in Chicago is part of a nation-wide movement to help synagogues be more welcoming.

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You, Me, and Our Tommy Guns - Instrumental Crwn
A Million And One Things To Do Time Machine
Berimbass Renaud Garcia-Fons, Renaud Garcia-Fons Trio et. al.
Hustle and Cuss The Dead Weather

Members of North Suburban Synagogue Beth El in Highland Park, Ill., at a "Mitzvah Day" earlier this year, a day when families participated in projects to help others. Courtesy Monique Parsons hide caption

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Chicago's Jewish Community Unites To Be More Inclusive Of People With Disabilities

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Pink's seventh studio album, Beautiful Trauma, is out now. Kurt Iswarienko/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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'I Could Do So Much More:' Pink On 'Beautiful Trauma'

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