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They announced tighter police protection of synagogues and other Jewish establishments in New York as a precaution. The kosher grocery is a central fixture in a growing community of Orthodox Jews.
The 1902 kosher meat boycott was a boycott of New York City kosher butchers in response to a coordinated increase in price of kosher meat from 12 to 18 cents a pound. This increase was significant enough that many Jewish families could no longer afford to buy meat. The protests, led mainly by women on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, though controversial in their often-violent tactics, were.
For New Yorkers, keeping kosher presents a difficult challenge; the challenge of deciding which restaurant to patron or the challenge of choosing between a delicious chocolate chip and the allegedly healthier carrot muffin at the bakery on the corner. In the 1930s and 1940s, Jewish life in New York presented a different kind of challenge. There were no kosher supermarkets, no restaurants and.