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We were two blocks from a synagogue. But we couldn’t attend. We were too poor
This essay is part of our ongoing series, Outside the Bubble: Class and Inequality in the Jewish Community. It explores the class divides in Jewish communities of all denominations, and the financial struggles belonging to these communities can incur. Please email your thoughts and essays to firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a baal teshuva first-generation Russian Jewish immigrant transplant, I felt the results of the class hierarchy I had landed in.