Since 2012 ZA'AKAH has been advocating for survivors of sexual abuse in the Orthodox Jewish community. Outcry, the English translation of ZA'AKAH, will be covering current and historical cases of sexual abuse in the community, busting myths and disinformation about sexual abuse, providing best-practices based information for survivors, parents, teachers, and community leaders on how to prevent and respond to sexual abuse, and interviewing experts in the field about how to keep our children safe.
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In this next installment of our series on sleepaway camp and its inherent risks, we are joined by the incredible Stephen Mills, author of Chosen: A Memoir of Stolen Boyhood to discuss his experiences at Camp Ella Fohs. Stephen is a survivor of sexual... more
In our previous episode we began to discuss the unique conditions at sleepaway camps that make them particular risks to children, In particular the sexualized atmosphere of co-ed Jewish sleepaway camps in the Conservative movement. Between the overem... more
Unfortunately there is no shortage of sexual abuse allegations at sleepaway camps: Camp Agudah, Dora Golding, Sternberg, Oorah Girl Zone, Magen Av, Romimu, and so many more. Whether we like to admit it or not, sleepaway camp often creates an environm... more
Keep going. This work is so important. Thank you for taking the side of the innocent children and survivors.
As an adult survivor of CSA within the Orthodox Jewish community, hearing and seeing the level of commitment and followup by you guys is incredible. It’s a must follow and while there are moments of levity and nerdiness, when it gets serious it gets SERIOUS.
Fantastic podcast! It’s easier to listen to than you’d expect for this subject matter, because there’s fun banter and lots of jokes and even some optimism. The information is serious and depressing and scary, but it’s also extremely well-researched, important, and clear. Highly recommend.
A difficult topic but one that needs to be exposed and explicated. Asher and Ariella do a great job. They make me feel like I am sitting comfortably in their living room while they fill me in with stories and information I need to know. There is warmth and humor along with the hard and painful facts. The legalities of the case laws are well explained to the layperson. more
Great podcast, it's a shame that we need a podcast like this, but the hosts do a great job here. I hope we will get to the point where we don't need a podcast like this but until then, thank you, Asher and Ariyala, for doing this.
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Outcry launched a year ago and published 28 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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