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Bloomington United Reforms


Bloomington United started as an anti-hate group after the murder of a Korean IU student by an avowed neo-nazi in 1998. Now, the group is reforming in response to what founder Rabbi Sue Laikin Silberberg calls a resurgence in hate groups and rhetoric.  Rabbi Siberberg announced the official reforming of Bloomington United during a press conference in Bloomington City Hall this morning. This is the full press conference, including Mayor John Hamilton’s remarks.

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