Photo a disservice to local Jewish people
Wow! Why, of all things to note about our Jewish New Year celebration in New London County in 2019, where we dress in everyday clothing, pray and sing in both English and Hebrew, wish each other good luck and good health in the new year, and fit well with our multi-ethnic neighbors, would The Day choose to announce this holiday with such a frightening and unusual ultra-orthodox photo from a faraway spot unlike most Israeli neighborhoods, and certainly unlike American modern Jewery in our hometown?
What a bad choice for The Day. Such a disappointed reader; what message was that photo sharing?
Rona Silver Rutchik
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