As the crucial June 22nd primary election draws near, and early voting is well underway, the Crown Heights Beis Din has published a letter encouraging the community to vote.
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To help the community navigate the ins and outs of this upcoming election, United Crown Heights has launched saveourshchuna.com, where community members can easily find instructions for voting, sample ballots, and endorsements.
Yup, it’s simple. No vote, No Voice, No complaints when the elected officials don’t care what you need, want, or think. See for yourself.
In a show of Crown Heights unity not seen in more than twenty years, all Crown Heights Askanim have come together under the banner of United Crown Heights and endorsed candidates as a single unit, bringing the voting power of Crown Heights to the polls.
Following a video released that appeared to show Eric Adams saying he would follow in the path of David Dinkins, United Crown Heights sets the record straight, and doubles down on their endorsement.
A United front of Crown Heights activists and politicians have come together to endorse and urge the Crown Heights community to vote in the upcoming June 22nd election. In it’s first endorsement, the United group focuses on the 35th City Council District race.
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Crown Heights healthcare executive and activist Yosef Hershkop, summarizes what everyone needs to know about the upcoming 2021 elections. The who, what, when, where, how, and why, all in summary.
Hate getting spammed by every Raffle and Tzedaka organization in Chabad? A Beleaguered Donor finally had enough, and tracked down those responsible.
As rockets rain down on Israelis, resolutions to block a proposed U.S. arms sale to Israel are expected to be introduced in both the House and Senate today. Do your part in convincing your representative to say NO.
A message of support for an initiative to get each and every Crown Heights resident signed up to vote has been released by Rabbi Yosef Braun, of the Crown Heights Beis Din.
A series of “targets” were hit in Crown Heights over the second day of Yom Tov in a vandalism spree perpetrated by a group of bochurim. The victims of the vandalism included Rabbi Moshe Meir Gluckowsky, Rabbi Brod, Kehot, Rabbi Yudel Krinsky and Rabbi Chaim Boruch Halberstam.
A masked Lubavitch teenager struck again this past shabbos, blatantly breaking the shabbos and destroying the turnstile installed in the 1414 President Street dormitory lunchroom.
The Gedaliah Society, in conjunction with Dr. Rosen, has released an update on the continued cases of COVID-19 in Crown Heights, and continue to remind people to remain vigilant, and not attend Purim celebrations if they are ill.
The Gedaliah Society, in conjunction with Dr. Rosen, has released an update with good news on the virus trend in the Crown Heights Jewish community and provided an update on the availability of the vaccines.
Bais Shmuel Chabad, which began as the first “Young Shul” in Crown Heights, has announced its plans to build a gorgeous new building in Crown Heights as it launches a $1 Million Charity campaign geared on getting the project started. Here are some more details.
The Gedaliah Society, in conjunction with Dr. Rosen, has released an update with good news for the Crown Heights Jewish community, but cautions not to let your guard down.