Birthright for moms

“This whole movement is about unlocking the power of women,” said the founding director of the project.

By LINDA GRADSTEIN
August 22, 2018 10:50
Birthright for moms

Cyndi Novak. (photo credit: AVIRAM VALDMAN)

 
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Dressed in a bright green shirt and a print skirt, Cyndi Novak threaded her way through the maze of chairs and Orthodox women praying until she finally reached the kotel, the Western Wall. It was a recent Thursday and the area was crowded with Israeli families celebrating bar mitzvahs.

She touched the wall and began to cry.

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