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Rabbi Capers C. Funnye, Jr., right, says the Temple's presence is largely accepted in the neighborhood, though discrimination by some residents does happen. Many of the congregants do not live in Marquette Park, choosing to commute from other parts of the city and suburbs.

Rabbi Capers C. Funnye, Jr., right, says the Temple's presence is largely accepted in the neighborhood, though discrimination by some residents does happen. Many of the congregants do not live in Marquette Park, choosing to commute from other parts of the city and suburbs.