“We hope this is the end of the long journey,” Leah Freier Levine said. “It’s just so exciting. It’s been so long that we’ve been dreaming of this.”
The founder of Hatzalah had two bouts on a ventilator as he fought covid. But the hallucinations when he woke up were worse.
As the two young women knelt by the bloodied victim on the street, one of them kept yelling: “Please answer me, say something!”
The new documentary ‘93Queen’ shows how much feminism is needed in Orthodox Boro Park.
“93Queen,” Paula Eiselt’s debut, documents Freier’s attempt to create an all-female version of Hatzalah with only strictly observant Orthodox members.
Police have ruled the death an accident.
How Ruchie Freier overcame obstacles and worked within the Hasidic community to rise to a position of leadership and authority.
A member of a Jewish volunteer emergency service was stabbed in the neck in Brooklyn.
Billionaire Stewart Rahr arranged for the donation of 50 ambucycles to Israel’s United Hatzalah, a volunteer emergency medical service.
Female paramedics were blocked from joining Hatzalah in Brooklyn. Determined to provide alternatives for Jewish women, they decided to found their own volunteer service.