Organizations Once Again Remind Community To Be Sensitive With Purim Costumes

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  1. Thank you for bringing to our attention, the reasons for the offensiveness of blackface and hanging Haman’s y”sh. I didn’t know. A happy, kosher, safe, inoffensive Purim everyone

  2. If a black guy on Halloween painted himself like a white guy, would we get offended? Of course not

    Then why in the world should anyone get offended when its in reverse. Its the sick woke world that we are living in thats getting worse by the day.

    • nothing to do with wokeness. Blacks were and still are victims of discrimination, so are more sensitive to this. Same way I am sensitive to people dressing up like Frum jews (Like when DPW employee was impersonating one…)

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