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A Bold Campaign Against Anti-Semitism In Chattanooga

Postcards from the JGFC’s anti-semitism awareness campaign.
Jewish Federation of Greater Chattanooga
Postcards from the JGFC’s anti-semitism awareness campaign.

Have you seen the new pink billboards around Chattanooga?

The provocative messages on them are as bold as the color.

The billboards - which will be up for eight weeks - are part of a new public awareness campaign against antisemitism, just launched by the Jewish Federation of Greater Chattanooga.

Michael Dzik is the Federation’s executive director.

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