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He Was Shot In A Hate Crime. It Only Strengthened His Judaism

Josh Stepakoff survived a shooting at a Jewish day camp when he was 6 years old. But, as he tells his father, it took years before he began to consider why he was targeted.

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He Was Shot In A Hate Crime. It Only Strengthened His Judaism

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