NY: City Council honors first Female Hasidic JudgeAdd to Lightbox Download
September 7, 2017 - Manhattan, New York, United States - Judge Rachel Freier offers her business card in the ny city council chamber. The Honorable Rachel ''Ruchie'' Freier, Esquire, was elected Judge of the Brooklyn Civil Court, District 5 in November of 2016, making Judge Freier the first Hasidic woman in US history to be elected to public office. In recognition of her accomplishments, the New York City Council issued a proclamation in her honor. (Credit Image: © Andy Katz/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)
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