Time feels like it’s standing still, so why not revisit some gems from the Lilith archive? Whether you’re waiting on line for a Covid test or staying at home, enjoy the best of Lilith.
- In this 1976 feature, 10 Jewish women, differing in age, background and lifestyle, respond to the question—What choices and changes have you made to live life as a Jewish feminist?
Analyze THIS by Susan Schnur, 2013
- Why do therapy and Jewish women seem to go together? Read these 10 unique stories about identity, trauma, and perseverance from Jewish feminist mental health professionals.
“Failed Self-Abortion With a Wire Hanger”: A Letter from a Namesake to an Ancestor by Jamie Zabinsky, 2019
- “Because of you, I know the perpetual urgency of safeguarding women’s autonomy. I hear the dire importance of maintaining control over my body in my own name.” Read one woman’s letter to her great-grandmother about family, feminism, and abortion.
How to Hide: Instructions from a Daughter of Survivors by Karen Propp, 1994
- How can Jews balance hope and fear, pride and assimilation? A child of Holocaust survivors gives chilling instructions on how to hide, and a psychoanalyst responds.
Unetaneh Tokef for Black Lives by Imani Romney Rosa Chapman, 2020
- Read this updated version of the Unetaneh Tokef—a prayer that inspires fear and awe during the High Holidays—revisited and remade to remember Black lives lost to police brutality.
- In this 1983 feature, five Jews married to non-Jews tell how they’re raising children with strong Jewish identities.
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