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Women’s Roundtables: A Conversation on Modesty

Tuesday: Crown Heights women are invited to special roundtable discussions on "A Conversation on Modesty - When did modesty become a ‘bad’ word? How can we raise our children to value tznius?" Full Story

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January 20, 2020 10:00 pm

בשעה טובה ומוצלחת
הגיעה הזמן לדבר על צניעות!!!!
הצניעות צועקת מכל רחוב!!!!
הגיעה הזמן שמישהו ירים את הכפפה
חזקו ואמצו כל העם מאחוריכם!!!

Wow
January 20, 2020 11:21 pm

This is so beautiful! I’m inspired by whoever put this together. What a wonderful idea to create small intimate discussions in different homes with different speakers- farbrengen style rather than a grand event.

Thank you COL
January 21, 2020 12:57 am

For your commitment to highlight all the good that the CH community, and the larger Chabad community, are doing.

Yashar Koach,
Zohar Sasson

Beautiful! Kol hakavod!!
January 21, 2020 2:36 am

To be copied in many communities iyH!!

Audio or video please
January 21, 2020 9:39 am

For those who cannot come in person, please record audio and or videos of the talks and please make them available to the public.

So nice
January 21, 2020 10:01 am

What a great initiative. I’m sure a lot of thought and planning went into preparing these programs. Thank you for elavatimg the crown heights community.

Stick to the facts - and more will adhere
January 21, 2020 10:04 am

“When did modesty become a ‘bad’ word?” When the school systems confused “uniform” and “tznius” and merged them into tznius. A uniform has to adhered to, like it or not. A soldier is in his uniform not so he will look a certain way – which is opinionated, but to know he belongs to his unit. A student belongs in her school and has to wear that uniform. When a school decides that footless tights with socks over is not tznius (!?) etc., it is an opinion and not halacha – and it backfires. When the “tznius” lady in camp… Read more »

It’s high time
January 22, 2020 4:57 am

There is a serious breakdown in the various frum communities in tzneius. Crown heights among the girls and women under 30 have a half percentage of not being dressed properly like it was when the Rebbe was alive. You see various breakdowns among the youth in other communities as well. The issue must be addressed as we face immodest styles coming through the internet and influencing every frum community.

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