New York | Amid a measles outbreak, geniality between city officials and Orthodox Jews in Brooklyn
by Emily Belz
Posted 4/17/19, 11:33 am
A New York moment:
I’ve been covering the measles outbreak in Williamsburg, Brooklyn—a neighborhood with a large Orthodox Jewish population—for an upcoming story, and I’m struck again by the general cordiality between city and Hasidic leaders despite their regular disagreements on various religious accommodations.