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Say you’re going to a Women’s March and have decided to knit, or wear, a protest Pussy Hat for the occasion.
A version of this article originally appeared in the Forverts.
(JTA) — Rachel Freier of Brooklyn officially became the first Hasidic woman to be sworn in as a judge in the State of New York.
This article originally appeared in the Forverts.
In 1944, a young girl from Brooklyn fell in love with a Mexican Jew and decided to leave it all to go to Mexico City. Little did she know her strong Yiddish upbringing would change the Mexican community for decades to come.