Neal H. Brodsky
By Neal H. Brodsky
For A Long Time, I Felt Unsafe Wearing A Kippah. Now, I Feel I Must.
I am sitting at my brother’s dining room table in suburban New Jersey wearing a pale grey-blue driving cap. It’s the one I use to keep my head warm and also to hide the yarmulke underneath. A curious extended family relative breaks the silence: “Do you always wear that hat?” As an assimilated and secular…
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