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Targeting places of faith?

In New York’s Orthodox Jewish communities, the question of fair enforcement of coronavirus lockdowns hangs in the air

Members of the Orthodox Jewish community speak with New York Police Department officers on a street corner Oct. 7 in the Borough Park neighborhood of Brooklyn. John Minchillo/AP Photo

Targeting places of faith?
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Emily Belz

Emily is a senior reporter for WORLD Magazine. She is a World Journalism Institute graduate and previously reported for the The New York Daily News, The Indianapolis Star, and Philanthropy magazine. Emily resides in New York City.



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