On Jew in the City Speaks, Allison Josephs brings her Jew in the City mission of "breaking down stereotypes about religious Jews and offering a humorous, meaningful outlook into Orthodox Judaism" to the vast and growing NSN audience. "Jew in the City is reshaping the way society views Orthodox Jews and Judaism through social media, corporate cultural diversity training seminars, lectures, and consulting services."
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On this episode of Jew in the City Speaks, Allison Josephs interviews John Pizzi, the Catholic ventriloquist/comedian who grew up and now works in the Orthodox community and who's on a mission to share his love of them with the world.
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On this episode of Jew in the City speaks, Allison Josephs talks to a rabbi who goes to ComicCon - Rabbi Jack Abramowitz, and Pop Chasid's and Hevria founder Elad Nehorai on being out of the box Orthodox Jews.
On this episode of Jew in the City Speaks we meet the Hassidic Jewish woman who solved the Trader Joe's pareve chocolate chip problem, and Jack Abramowitz - an out of the box Orthodox rabbi who has a plan to help you learn all of Mishna Torah, just a few minutes each day.
Yom HaShoah edition: When tragedy strikes, don't ask "why," simply respond with kindness. Special guests who do special kindness: Wendy Berezovsky, founder of Sweet Dreams for Kids, and Ruchama Uzan, mother of a four year old girl who raised $25,000 to help cure Angelman's Syndrome.