Reporting Abuse, Are Hasidic Women Liberated? by the Forward

Reporting Abuse, Are Hasidic Women Liberated?

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In this week’s podcast, host Josh Nathan-Kazis talks with staff writer Paul Berger about the controversial position held by the Orthodox umbrella group Agudath Israel on reporting child sex abuse. Then, Josh talks with Forward contributor Dvora Meyers about a series of blog posts debating whether Hasidic women can be considered ‘liberated.’ Finally, we say farewell to Director of Digital Media Gabrielle Birkner, a podcast regular.

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Reporting Abuse, Are Hasidic Women Liberated?

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