What makes 3 generations of Jewish feminists so different from one another? Here’s what may help us find paths to common ground.
Watching “Mary Poppins” with my four-year-old daughter one Sunday, I realized how the most remembered songs from that titan of childhood cinema have less to do with women’s rights and more to do with spoonfuls of sugar. And yet the children’s mother, Winifred Banks, sings what may be the world’s most-watched tribute to women’s suffrage. Maybe even to feminism.