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Jewish Law Symposium on ‘MeToo’

900 attorneys and judges attended Chabad's 12th Annual Jewish Law Symposium discussed harassment and #MeToo movement. Full Story

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Thank you
October 17, 2018 8:44 am

However you don’t list what was discussed about the #me too movement. Until the s—- harrasment laws are changed to include some kind of a prohibition on provactive clothing, nothing will change. Women are allowed to wear the most degrading, provacative, skimpy clothing and anyone (coworkers, etc) who dares to say they feel uncomfortable about it, gets fired, etc… I call it #PotifaraSyndrome. #DressResponsibly! I say that from experience. I was banned from a local Yeshiva in CH for telling a teacher I was so uncomfortable that she would wear something very not tzniusdik in a Lubavitch Yeshiva that asks… Read more »

to #2
October 16, 2018 8:29 pm

Yes, the world renowned gaon Rabbi Shlomo Yaffe.
PS Meileh you can’t read, but at least look at the pics! ; )

to #1
October 16, 2018 8:27 pm

Amazing work by Rabbi Lubin!
To #1: Please don’t sully this beautiful article by mentioning a show that sows discord among Jews. I am referring to the Sukkah show, in which they mocked chassidim and called them apikurism.

Mendel
October 15, 2018 6:58 pm

Was there a Rabbi who spoke about harassment from a torah
Prospective??

The headlines podcast
October 15, 2018 5:56 pm

The headlines podcast did an episode on this this week

10/13/18 Brett Kavanaugh – What would Halacha say on rumors and removing a Dayan or Rav?

Neemanus of a woman, What is considered a proper “kol”?, Believing an Eid Echad
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