|Director||Arturo Cubacub Ted Naron|
|Writers||Ted Naron (writer)
|Plot||What kind of Jewish congregation holds its morning service on Sundays? A congregation devoted to the ideals of Classical Reform Judaism. One of the first Reform Jewish congregations in America, and the first to have its origins as a Reform congregation, Chicago Sinai upholds the Classical Reform tradition--which is much more liberal than the commonly practiced Mainstream Reform of today. In the documentary Chicago Sinai: Inspiring Reform for 150 Years, we examine how Sinai's leaders--from rabbis like Emil Hirsch (the most influential rabbi in America in his day) to members like Julius Rosenwald (who endowed Tuskegee University and more than 5000 schools for African-American children)--continue to put the ideals of Classical Reform in the service of progressive action in fighting poverty, labor inequity, and racism.... search for Chicago Sinai: Inspiring Reform for 150 Years on IMDb|
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