The First Hasidic Female Judge and Founder of the First Female Volunteer Ambulance Service, Rachel Freier

The First Hasidic Female Judge and Founder of the First Female Volunteer Ambulance Service, Rachel Freier

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Recorded LIVE on Monday, July 13, 2020 at 8:00 PM

Rachel "Ruchie" Freier won a 10 year term as a judge in NY State and was the first Hasidic woman to hold a position in public office in United States history. She then became an emergency medical technician and established Ezras Nashim, the first female volunteer ambulance service in the orthodox community. Rachel "Ruchie" Freier went to law school in her 30s and had six children. She won a 10 year term as a judge in NY State and was the first Hasidic woman to hold a position in public office in United States history. She then became an emergency medical technician and established Ezras Nashim, the first female volunteer ambulance service in the orthodox community.

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