In this Dec. 30, 2019, photo, Shoshana Blum, a 20-year-old junior at City College of New York, prepares Shabbat dinner at her family's home in New York. Jessie Wardarski/Associated Press
Shabbat has been around since the first chapter of Genesis, but it’s recently taken off in a new way for the millennial and Gen Z crowd.
Reset chatted with a group that’s making Shabbat accessible for young people.
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