A local Chicago news station used a graphic of a yellow badge, like those the Nazis forced Jews to wear during the Holocaust, to illustrate its report on the start of Yom Kippur.
Sep 23, 2015 · Local Chicago news station WGN used a symbol of Nazi persecution as the graphic accompanying their Yom Kippur story on Tuesday night.
WGN apologized for “inadvertently” using the offensive Nazi symbol. Local Chicago news station WGN used a symbol of Nazi persecution as the graphic accompanying their Yom Kippur story on Tuesday
Sep 23, 2015 · Chicago news station WGN inadvertently used a Holocaust-related image in a Yom Kippur segment.
A news station in Chicago has apologized after using an offensive graphic in a report Tuesday night about Yom Kippur. The station, WGN News, accompanied a special Yom Kippur report with an …
The folks at WGN-TV have some atoning to do today. During its 9 PM newscast Tuesday, the Chicago TV outlet aired a story about Yom Kippur, the solemn end of the High Holy Days in Judaism. All good
Chicago TV station WGN ran a news story Tuesday night about the start of Yom Kippur, the Jewish day of atonement and the holiest holiday in Judaism.
TV station apologizes for using Nazi symbol in Yom Kippur story to use the Holocaust Yellow Badge symbol to wish the city a Happy Yom Kippur!! and News Director Jennifer Lyons says the
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