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Last month, Orthodox Jewish All Star, the Honorable Judge Ruchie Freier was on her way home from Hungary with her family. It was a route she is familiar with as she travels to Kerestir, Hungary every year to pray by the grave of Reb Shayala of Kerestir on his yahrzeit, […]
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In this inspiring speech, Ruchie Freier proves that you never have to sacrifice who you are to become who you want to be. Director of Photography – Elie Gabor www.eliecreative.com
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Meet the Honorable Ruchie Freier, the first Hasidic woman to be elected to public in the United States and the first Hasidic female judge. From her uphill battle to found Ezras Nashim, the first all-female EMT volunteer ambulance corps, to making challah every week despite working full-time while she was […]
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Though hasidic Jews are known for wearing black, when Ruchie Freier dons her judge’s robe this January as a Civil Court judge in Brooklyn, she’ll be making history. Freier, who was born and raised hasidic in Boro Park, always dreamed of being a lawyer. During Freier’s childhood, though, such things […]
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