Eleven past presidents of a prominent Jewish studies organization published a letter this week expressing concerns about the recent resignation of the group’s immediate past president.
Kamala Harris was right to demand Twitter for enabling Trump to harass women and minorities on their platform.
Rabbi Zalman Heber resigned as Rabbi of Chabad of Pierce County; it is not known if he will remain its director.
A veteran of the Israeli military and a personal trainer, she held the man and asked passers-by to call 911, but no one was willing to get involved.
The company’s culture promoted staying quiet about allegations of sexual misconduct by the boss out of fear of backlash or pointlessness.
The Jewish megadonor is accused of propositioning women for sex and other belittling comments made towards women.
He denied the accusations but acknowledged a pattern of comments “that were boorish, disrespectful, and just plain dumb.”
There have been at least 13 reports of harassment against him.
Congressman Adriano Espaillat will file a formal complaint.
Stamford Hill, a largely ultra-Orthodox neighborhood, has been plagued by anti-Semitic attacks over the past year.