At the end of the annual conference of Chabad emissaries from around the world, they typically take a giant group photograph in front of the movement’s headquarters in Brooklyn’s Crown Heights.

But this year, no camera at the Kinus Hashluchim could capture the nearly 6,000 participants at once: They were on Zoom from their separate computers and time zones. The video version was a concession to the coronavirus pandemic that has disrupted the globe for nearly a year.

The closing event at Chabad’s annual conference of worldwide emissaries was filmed in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, and streamed around the globe. (Bentzi Sasson/Chabad.org) ( JTA ) — At the end of the annual conference of Chabad emissaries from around the world, they typically take a giant group photograph in […]

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