A recorded conversation with Joy Ladin at Washington's DCJCC. She's wonderfully instructive, sometimes in deeply poignant ways; listen carefully here when she describes, among other things, the plight of transgender teens and their very basic need for shelter.
The importance of fashion to Jewish women today; how Passover rituals are connected to feminist consciousness.
The state of abortion rights in Israel; Jewish women shaping American politics in unexpected ways; new takes on “what Jewish feminism means to me.”
The ever-present pay gap between men and women, even in the Jewish communal workforce. And we check in on the state of access to oral contraceptives.
Michelle Brafman reads her short story, the winner of Lilith's 2006 fiction contest.
Feminists reframe the joys of cooking; the Forward’s Jane Eisner reports back first-hand on violence against women in Haiti now; the memorable $#*! our moms say.
Who’d have expected anti-choice organizations in the Jewish community? Plus, a new pitch for a reality television show, and our own feminist “click” moments.
Generations of educated religious women, who love to live at the edge of tradition.
Written by Rebecca Stone, read by Melanie Weiss.
Cynthia Ozick, one of the Jewish feminist greats, makes the connections.
Read by Melanie Weiss.
Listen to Lilith editor in chief Susan Weidman Schneider in a podcast interview recorded by Your Jewish Neighborhood.
Lilith Magazine and the American Jewish Historical Society held an exclusive event at the Society’s archives, bringing in three noted scholars to teach about American Jewish women’s history. Now, Lilith brings these amazing talks to you!