How Jew in the City Accidentally Got Into the Ex-Hasidic Space With Makom

Jew in the City was created to counter stereotypes that non-Orthodox Jews have about the Orthodox community, but several years into our work, we discovered that some of the ex-hasidic community had been following us and wanted to connect with the kind of Orthodoxy we were showing. From there, Makom was formed.

This video kicked off our incredible All Stars Evening last night! It was a tremendous success, and the proceeds directly benefit Makom. Stay tuned for more video premieres, recaps and updates in the coming days.

To learn more about Makom, visit here.

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