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Summer 2011

Summer 2011

The Jewish female swimmers who boycotted Hitler’s 1936 Berlin Olympics. Conservative seminary ordains its first openly lesbian rabbi.

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Spring 2011

Spring 2011

Dressing feminist—what four women think about each morning. Adrienne Cooper on Yiddish songs about family violence. A Jew-by-choice loves her mezuzah.

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Winter 2010-2011

Winter 2010-2011

Sarah Blustain on working Jewish women. An interview with the creator of the Freelancers Union. Four women reveal their unforgettable friendships.

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Fall 2010

Fall 2010

Visit a virtual Jewish world. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg with Lilith in her chambers. The Jewish Museum's shows feminist art.

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Summer 2010

Summer 2010

D-I-Y Parenthood: three wildly unconventional families. Why do Jewish women love mah-jongg—even now? Winning short stories and poetry.

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Spring 2010

Spring 2010

How 20somethings date. A new film about cross-racial adoption and Jewish identity. Progressive bride/ Orthodox synagogue wedding.

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Winter 2009-2010

Winter 2009-2010

Joy Ladin’s transgender journey. How 3 sisters grapple with breast cancer in their family. Why Judy Shotten brought sex therapy to Israel.

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Fall 2009

Fall 2009

What’s this boy crisis? Lilith spotlights men with radical thoughts on gender and Judaism. Celebrating differently through the whole calendar cycle.

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Summer 2009

Summer 2009

Feminist funerals. “In Treatment” - gender messages in those TV therapy sessions. Race and reconciliation: new fiction from Horn and Lazarre.

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Winter 2008-2009

Winter 2008-2009

Daughters on mothers: the story that never goes away. The Sh’ma, radically rewritten for women. Italy’s only female rabbi.

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Spring 2017

12 battle-tested feminists offer wisdom for right now. Dr. Ruth: better sex, and more. Paula Vogel's "Indecent" on art in a dangerous time. How men handle breakups.

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