Wednesday, August 29, 2012
Tziviah Goldberg, an Hasidic Jew, wears a wig over her natural hair while out in public and a snood at home, as she does here. "Covering my hair allows me to follow our sacred Jewish traditions, which respect the modesty of married women," she says. "Modesty isn't just covering your hair or what you wear. It's a mindset. The hair covering is just part of the whole picture of faith."
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