About the Jewish Council on Urban Affairs
“The Jewish Council on Urban Affairs combats poverty, racism, and anti-Semitism in partnership with Chicago’s diverse communities.”
For more than 40 years, JCUA has provided technical assistance and capacity-building support to low-income and minority communities; built coalitions to promote members’ common interests; and mobilized a Jewish constituency to work toward a more just city. Born out of the civil-rights struggles of the 1960’s, JCUA remains at the forefront of issues that affect Chicago’s most at-risk communities- affordable housing, community reinvestment, job creation, transportation, civil liberties, criminal justice and immigrant rights.
For more information visit JCUA’s website.
Jewish Council on Urban Affairs
610 S. Michigan Avenue, Suite 500
Chicago, Illinois 60605