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American Jewish Congress, Chicago Division records

The national AJC was founded in 1918 in Philadelphia, a response to the worsening conditions of European Jews in the years before World War I. Its goals were to establish unity within the Jewish community and represent all groups of Jews in a democratic forum, and defend the rights of Jews abroad. The advent of World War II proved the

Rabbi Robert J. Marx papers

Correspondence, texts of sermons, lectures, speeches, articles, and other papers of Rabbi Robert J. Marx of Chicago (Ill.). Topics include the Jewish Council on Urban Affairs, for which Marx served as president and board member; the civil rights movement of the 1960s; race relations, especially open housing and equal employment opportunity; opposition to the American Civil Liberties Union's defense of

University of Chicago. Committee on Education, Training, and Research in Race Relations. Records

The University of Chicago Committee on Education, Training, and Research in Race Relations Records cover the period 1944 to 1962 and also include the records of two cooperative organizations: American Council on Race Relations; and National Organization of Intergroup Relations Officials. The collection contains correspondence, financial and personnel records, published materials, research project and proposal data, reports and studies, seminar