Devorah Halberstam is an American political activist who rose to prominence following the murder of her son Ari in 1994. This has led to recognition and prominence deemed unusual for a Hasidic woman.Several years after the FBI's re-classification of the shooting from an act of road rage to an act of terrorism, Halberstam was awarded with the FBI’s New York Division’s in 2009. Former Governor George Pataki cited the Halberstams efforts in his quest to have the death penalty restored. Halberstam is the mother of 5 children, 3 daughters and 2 sons, of whom Ari was Halberstam's eldest child.

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  • Devorah Halberstam is an American political activist who rose to prominence following the murder of her son Ari in 1994. This has led to recognition and prominence deemed unusual for a Hasidic woman.Several years after the FBI's re-classification of the shooting from an act of road rage to an act of terrorism, Halberstam was awarded with the FBI’s New York Division’s in 2009. Former Governor George Pataki cited the Halberstams efforts in his quest to have the death penalty restored. Halberstam is the mother of 5 children, 3 daughters and 2 sons, of whom Ari was Halberstam's eldest child. Halberstam is one of the founders of the Jewish Children's Museum, which was dedicated in the memory of her son. Halberstam, the Museum's director of External Affairs who promoter tolerance by educating children about Jews and Jewish culture. She is noted for her work as an educator on the dangers of antisemitic terrorism. Halberstam is an advocate for gun control. (en)
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  • Devorah Halberstam is an American political activist who rose to prominence following the murder of her son Ari in 1994. This has led to recognition and prominence deemed unusual for a Hasidic woman.Several years after the FBI's re-classification of the shooting from an act of road rage to an act of terrorism, Halberstam was awarded with the FBI’s New York Division’s in 2009. Former Governor George Pataki cited the Halberstams efforts in his quest to have the death penalty restored. Halberstam is the mother of 5 children, 3 daughters and 2 sons, of whom Ari was Halberstam's eldest child. (en)
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