Author: Dasi Fruchter

At Compassion’s Edge

I wasn’t able to compartmentalize all of the oppression and suffering I saw in the world, but I knew deeply and sincerely that I wanted to be a part of the team that was making the world a better place.

Can We Speak for Ourselves?

There we are, a group of feminist scholars and leaders, in a movement seeking to change the gender landscape of Orthodox Jewish leadership.

I Will Never Stop Asking

I think a lot about questions around this time of year. Miriam, Yocheved, Shifra, and Pua', the heroic women of the Exodus story, are not the only reason that Passover can be called a feminist holiday.

Rabbis in Red Lipstick

There are many things that play an important part in my morning ritual — a nice hot drink, a shower, morning prayers.