Allison Josephs’ (aka Jew in the City’s) family – especially her father – freaked out when she started to become more observant in her teens. At a recent Torah dedication, her father explains what motivated him and her mom (at almost 50 years old) to join her. (Both of her sisters became Orthodox too.)
How Jew in the City’s Family Also Became Orthodox
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Allison is the Founder and Director of Jew in the City. Please find her full bio here.