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Glick’s compassion, courage endure years after 9/11 tragedy

The shy kid was not very popular. He was somewhat of a loner. Didn’t have many friends. So, it wasn’t all that surprising that when he mailed out the invitations to his bar mitzvah, his classmates reacted with apathy. Most didn’t even bother to respond. Jeremy Glick, who just so happened to be the most ...

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