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In July, the claims by Mc Ginity and other women against Steven M.
“Yet how, exactly, is one meant to pursue justice when one’s abuser is raised up high on a communal pedestal? She continued: “‘Jews are a family, we are responsible for each other.
We should not speak ill of each other.’ These ideas kept a kind of muzzle on me and the mere idea of speaking out paralyzed me with fear and questions.” Ultimately, she did speak out against the man she claims behaved “unethically and so un-Jewishly” – the prominent American-Jewish sociologist Steven M. Subsequently, other women came forward with similar stories.
Its “campfire” has been the #Gam Ani Facebook page that, a year on, has over 1,000 members, after inviting participants to “share personal experiences of the interaction of gender and culture at Jewish communal organizations.” The Facebook page also acted as a clearinghouse of sorts for discussions on sexism, gender hierarchy and inequality in Jewish organizations.
Support and encouragement Over the past year, #Gam Ani has been reckoning not only with new cases in the headlines, but also the legacy of earlier offenders like “Peeping Tom” Rabbi Barry Freundel and the late Shlomo Carlebach.
The following month saw revelations of how respected Rabbi Haskel Lookstein failed to take action in multiple instances of alleged sexual misconduct – including abuse of students – by educators affiliated with Ramaz, the Upper East Side school he ran for 50 years.