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Meet a Jew Make a Friend

In honor of the Three Weeks and to combat the rise in antisemitism, we launched a project called “Meet A Jew From a Different Background Than You.” The best way to remedy the cause of our exile, sin’as chinam (baseless hatred), is by reaching for its opposing force – love […]
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Jew in the City is responding to increasing violence against Orthodox Jews with increasing kindness! Our first event (click here to watch it) on January 14 in Harlem went viral with requests from all over the world to make this pop-up event global. We’ve been raising money (click here to donate) […]
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With the increase in violence against Orthodox Jews, our team responded with kindness and started building bridges, one cup of coffee at a time. Director of Photography – Elie Gabor elie@eliecreative.com The post Meet a Jew in the City. Make a Friend. appeared first on Jew in the City.
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As a response to the recent wave of anti-Semitic attacks on Orthodox Jews, Jew in the City, a nonprofit dedicated to reversing negative associations about religious Jews, responded with kindness. On Monday, January 13th 2020, staff and volunteers, stood outside a tent (open on all four sides) on the corner […]
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Join The “Meet A Jew” Pop-Up In Harlem To Combat The Wave Of Anti-Semitic Incidents It’s a “Meet a Jew. Make a Friend,” pop-up, with Allison Josephs aka Jew in the City and a small group of ordinary people who happen to be Hasidic and a cross-section of other Orthodox […]
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The coverage and feedback on our “Meet a Jew in the City” pop-up event continues to pour in. Here’s another glimpse on our amazing experience in Harlem as we plan the next installment! The post “Meet a Jew in the City” on FOX 5 News appeared first on Jew in […]
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Jew in the City is reaching out to spread peace and make friendships through a series of Meet A Jew, Make A Friend pop-ups on the streets of New York City. CBS2’s Jessica Layton reports. The press has been covering the story widely, with the Times of Israel, Haaretz and […]
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