The Chicago Center for Cultural Connections MISSION STATEMENT

The Chicago Center for Cultural Connections (Connections), established in 1935 in Chicago as The National Conference of Christians and Jews (NCCJ), is a leading human relations organization dedicated to building bridges of mutual respect among cultural, racial and religious communities. Connections leverages its heritage, collaborative networks, and resources to overcome negative bias, bigotry and racism. Through education, promoting common ground, advocacy and training, Connections brings people together to advance the larger goals of understanding, cooperation, mutual respect and social justice.

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The InterFaith Calendar has been in existence for 20 years

The InterFaith Calendar has more than 150,000 copies in circulation

The InterFaith Calendar has been distributed nationally and internationally

Every faith in the InterFaith Calendar has an expanded observance. When you see the lightning bolt icon on a page, click on it to see the expanded observance.