Welcome to this week’s installment of Lilith’s Link Roundup. Each week we’ll post Jewish and feminist highlights from around the web. If there’s anything you want to be sure we know about, email us or leave a message in the comments section below.
On Monday, Jewish Women International (JWI) honored its 2010 Women to Watch. The honorees consisted of women who have used their careers to make a difference in the world. Each of the women shared their stories with the audience and offered their “Pearl of Wisdom.” [JWI]
Also on Monday, for the first time ever, the first female Rabbis of each of the major sects of Judaism gathered together to celebrate Hanukkah. [Wicked Local]
Want to know the latest scoop on Don’t Ask Don’t Tell? Ms. Magazine posted a full update with everything you need to know about DADT. [Ms. Magazine]
If you’re looking for a go to place for feminist current events, check out Women’s Funding Network’s daily roundup of news affecting women and girls around the world. [Women’s Funding Network]