Italian photographer’s view of religious women upended by project.
A woman from Sderot carries her 6-month-old baby while she picks grapes on a kibbutz. Photos by Federica Valabrega
A member of the Breslov sect dances at sunset near her home in Beit Meir, Israel.
Editor's Note: For staff writer Steve Lipman's story about the Gil Cohen-Magen's photography of Mea Shearim and other haredi communities, click here.
Italian photographer Federica Valabrega always believed religious women were oppressed and unhappy.
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