Reporters' Roundtable: Eli Valley's Cartoon; Parenting After Leiby Kletzky

Forward reporter Naomi Zeveloff is joined by artist-in-residence Eli Valley who has a new sci-fi inspired cartoon that pillories Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his views of American Jews.
Then, Naomi speaks with opinion editor Gal Beckerman and columnist Lenore Skenazy about the killing of Leiby Kletzky and how it affects the way parents raise their children. Skenazy discusses her recent column that argues that a single tragedy “should not change childhood.”

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