#Unorthodox | Netflix – A Perspective Of An Ex-Hasidic Woman Who Found Joy in Judaism

Makom member, Nechuma Schweitzer, has seen both sides – how Orthodox Judaism can be painful and abusive and how much love and healing is possible when you are connected to healthy approaches and people. She joins me to discuss her perspective and experience as it relates to “Unorthodox.”

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