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Survivor of Abuse: In 2009, Joey Diangello, who says he was abused as a child in a Brooklyn Hasidic community, lobbied the New York State legislature for a bill to extend the statute of limitations for claims of sexual abuse.

Joey Diangello's Legacy

By Hody Nemes

A former Satmar Hasid and self-described survivor of child sex abuse died last week of a drug overdose. But his work to expose abuse in the Orthodox world lives on.


Last of the Medals: Will Jews be able to claim the same disproportionate number of science prizes going forward?

Science Nobels Are So 2013

By Noah Efron

There were no science Nobel Prizes for Jews this year. Noah Efron thinks this indicates that Jews, long dominant in the field, don’t gravitate toward the test tube anymore.


How I Want To Die

How I Want To Die

By Jack Moline

Why would a rabbi discuss his own death in a Yom Kippur sermon? Jack Moline wanted to make his end-of-life wishes clear —  and urged congregants to do the same.


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