New Documentary - Without A Voice

United States
November 03, 2007

It's amazing to watch the changes that have been happening in the orthodox world.

I think it's important to be aware of the history of child abuse and neglect laws to understand why it's so important to pay attention to how long it's been taking for things to change.

Back in 1994's the documentary "Unorthodox Conduct" was created. Then there was silence.

In 1999, concept of The Awareness Center got started. The allegations against rabbi Baruch Lanner broke in 2000. He was convicted in of aggravated sexual contact, sexual contact, harassment by offensive touching and endangering the welfare of a child in 2002. That was the same year that the book, "Shine The Light" was published.

Earlier this year Israel Moskovits film "Narrow Bridge" was released.

In this month's copy of The American Journal of Psychiatry the famous "Mikvah Study" published, which was conducted by Rachel Yehuda, Ph.D. , Michelle Friedman, M.D., Talli Y. Rosenbaum, P.T., Ellen Labinsky, Ph.D. and James Schmeidler, Ph.D.

Some time this year or the early part of 2008, the documentary "Without A Voice" created by Moshe Schulman will be released. (See below for clip).

I was told that some time in 2008, Vicki Polin's book, "In The Name Of G-d" will also be published.


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