Oak Park, which was built by Jewish activist Lou Boyar in the mid-1960s, has a long history of welcoming the Jewish people. One community survey indicated that Hebrew is the most frequently spoken second language in the community.
During my two-decade tenure as the rabbi of the local Chabad, Oak Park’s school district has always been hospitable to Jewish students.
I am fortunate enough to work with Oak Park High School students on an almost weekly basis on “The Jew Crew,” a st...
Oops! An active online subscription is required to access this content.
Please login below or Subscribe today!