What — if anything — can be done to repair the damage? And what role do we play in the dynamic?
Orthodox Jewry has long been misunderstood and misrepresented in the public sphere. But during the last year, media outlets, public debate, and the courtrooms of human minds were flooded with negative images of Orthodox Jews. How much of that negativity is due to our lifestyle, how much to our mistakes, and how much to miscommunication?
More importantly, what — if anything — can be done to repair the damage? And what role do we play in the dynamic?
We reached out to five figures who’ve made it their mission to build bridges across the yawning divide. Here is what we learned
(Originally featured in Mishpacha, Issue 852)
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