Grant Work: Ezras Nashim - Helping Women: Ezras_Nashim_005

(L-R) Emanuel Rabaev, 22, an EMT trainee, and Etty Benitzhak, 27, an EMT, react to a man who (some say jokingly) teased the group of women gathering as part of Ezras Nashim to test out their EMT corps's first ambulance at Gravesend Park in Brooklyn, NY on October 25, 2020. {quote}Maris ayin!{quote} he called out, referencing a Judaic concept suggesting that a person is doing something, or encouraging others to do something, that is seemingly prohibited by Jewish law. (Photo by: Yana Paskova for The New York Times/the National Geographic Society)

(L-R) Emanuel Rabaev, 22, an EMT trainee, and Etty Benitzhak, 27, an EMT, react to a man who (some say jokingly) teased the group of women gathering as part of Ezras Nashim to test out their EMT corps's first ambulance at Gravesend Park in Brooklyn, NY on October 25, 2020. "Maris ayin!" he called out, referencing a Judaic concept suggesting that a person is doing something, or encouraging others to do something, that is seemingly prohibited by Jewish law. (Photo by: Yana Paskova for The New York Times/the National Geographic Society)