The Chabad physicians of Crown Heights have published an open letter to members of Anash worldwide requesting that they do not come to Crown Heights this Gimmel Tammuz.
The Gedaliah Society has published an updaet for the crown Heights Jewish community. They advise of no new cases, and encourage everyone, including the elderly, to leave their home to take care of their physical and mental needs.
Crown Heights Shomrim has published an alert warning the community of travel through Manhattan today due to protest activity. New York City became a hotspot for violent protests Saturday as thousands took to the streets in protest of the death of George Floyd, who died while being arrested in Minneapolis.
The Gedaliah Society, in conjunction with Dr. Rosen, has published an update for the Crown Heights Jewish community with clear guidelines to help dispel any confusion in the community.
The Gedaliah Society, in conjunction with Dr. Rosen, has published an update for the Crown Heights Jewish community regarding the Yom Tov of Shavuos.
Rabbi Osdoba and Rabbi Braun of the Crown Heights Bais Din released a series of guidelines for the reading of the Aseres Hadibros over Shavuos.
The NYPD’s 71st Precinct has an important message for the Crown Heights Jewish community. Although synagogues in New York City are able to open, if you find them locked, please go home to pray at a porch Minyan.
A complete set of guidelines have been released for the shuls of Crown Heights, giving guidance on making indoor minyanim while staying within the parameters of the law, as well as staying safe.
The Gedaliah Society, in conjunction with Dr. Rosen, have published an update for the Crown Heights Jewish community regarding basic guidelines for the resocializing of the community.
The Bais Din of Crown Heights has published a letter clarifying it’s position on the hopeful “reopening” of the Crown Heights Jewish community. In the letter, the Rabbonim listed five points, firstly that all restrictions from legal and medical professionals must be adhered to.
A twenty eighth update from the Gedaliah Society has been released, updating the community with statistics from recent testing and surveys. The update also sets the stage for what is hoping to be a gradual opening of the community.
A twenty seventh update from the Gedaliah Society has been released, updating the community with statistics from recent testing and surveys. The update also reports the good news as the virus weakens its hold on the community.
Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky, Chairman of Merkos Linyonei Chinuch, has released a statement regarding the court decision confirming Chabad’s exclusive rights to the flagship synagogue at 770 Eastern Parkway to the board of trustees over the gabboim.
A twenty sixth update has been released by the Gedaliah Society for the Crown Heights Jewish community. This update aims clarify the medical situation in the community, and launch a survey to help understand the progress of the virus.
A twenty fourth update of guidelines for the Crown Heights Jewish community has been published with a update on the medical situation in Crown Heights, aas well as an explanation of the antibody testing being done in Crown Heights.
A letter on the Crown Heights Beis Din’s stationary that began circulating on social media Monday has been confirmed by the Beis Din as a forgery. The people behind the forgery will likely never be exposed.
If someone physically assaults another, we teach our children to call the police. If someone attempts to lure them, we teach our children to turn to the police for help. When someone threatens or makes dangerous remarks, we teach our children that if you see something, you say something, and right away call the police. But what do you do when the police are not helping, rather playing a double standard?