How One Black Orthodox Jewish Woman Is Opening Minds in Her Brooklyn Community
Less than two weeks after George Floyd’s killing at the hands of police in Minneapolis, Mayaan Zik, a Black Orthodox woman and longtime resident of the Crown Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn, stood on the main drag of Kingston Avenue, and introduced a number of speakers from both the Black and the Hasidic Jewish communities to kick off the rally, “Tahalucha for Social Justice.”
Racism Within the Jewish Community
I will start my story by saying that what you are about to read is not an attempt to demonize an entire community.
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