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Touchdown?

There is much—much, much—to think about, as we sit during one Super day, anticipating another. (Non-US blog readers: It’s Super Bowl Sunday, meaning there’s a lot of yelling in the… Read more »

Having It All, Jerusalem-Style

On Friday morning, I was cooking for Shabbat and cleaning my Jerusalem apartment while listening to a radio station that shall remained unnamed. While I cut up cauliflower, I listened… Read more »

Checking the Boxes

A new collection of Hannah Arendt’s writings on Jewish subjects is about to be published, cleverly titled “The Jewish Writings.” Arendt wasn’t known primarily as a Jewish writer (even though… Read more »

Buy, Buy, Buy (A Round Up)

This week saw the breaking story—sorry—of Gazans blasting their way into Egypt to buy such advanced commodities as…milk. The world at large seems to have collectively looked at this with… Read more »

But Really, How Jewish IS Amy Winehouse?

There are different motivations behind this, of course. Both the ravenous press and Winehouse herself have joyfully portrayed her Jewish identity as a bizarre contrast with her bad girl image. The Jewish community, ever-eager to claim a celeb for the team, has managed to boast and sneer about her at the same time. Winehouse is the proud – and in many ways, welcome — antithesis of the “nice Jewish girl,” but since she does tend to identify with two out of the three elements of that little saying, both she and the media like to keep her options open.

The New Jew Food?

I’ve been doing a lot of cooking lately. In comparison to the stereotypical “I use my oven as an extra shoe closet” New Yorker, I’ve probably always cooked a lot… Read more »

Happy Anniversary

There’s lots to comment upon this week—especially as the primaries start stacking up (McCain in South Carolina say what?!)—but in honor of the 35th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, January… Read more »

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You won’t want to miss this Savor Sunday filled with music, spice, inspiration and delight. 

On March 10,  1-2:30 pm ET, explore delicious Sephardic Purim traditions and food from Turkey, Egypt, Morocco, Iraq and more through music, cooking demonstrations and lively conversations with Lilith and @savorexperience. 

Hosted by chef @susanbarocas and singer @saraharoeste, join us to learn recipes from Egyptian chef and cookbook author @vivianebowell and the mother-daughter team of @bendichasmanos, Marcia Israel Weingarten & Kaye Israel. Cosponsored by @wrj1913.  Get your tickets here: bit.ly/SavorPurim

You won’t want to miss this Savor Sunday filled with music, spice, inspiration and delight.

On March 10, 1-2:30 pm ET, explore delicious Sephardic Purim traditions and food from Turkey, Egypt, Morocco, Iraq and more through music, cooking demonstrations and lively conversations with Lilith and @savorexperience.

Hosted by chef @susanbarocas and singer @saraharoeste, join us to learn recipes from Egyptian chef and cookbook author @vivianebowell and the mother-daughter team of @bendichasmanos, Marcia Israel Weingarten & Kaye Israel. Cosponsored by @wrj1913. Get your tickets here: bit.ly/SavorPurim
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Thinking about Toni Morrison today, who would have turned 93 over the weekend. Revisit Rachel Kadish’s reflection “Toni Morrison Gave Me Permission” on the Lilith blog 📝

Thinking about Toni Morrison today, who would have turned 93 over the weekend. Revisit Rachel Kadish’s reflection “Toni Morrison Gave Me Permission” on the Lilith blog 📝 ...

Arriving online and in mailboxes soon, Lilith’s Winter 2023-2024 issue features cover art by Ronit Porat (@poratronit). Inside this issue, you’ll find bat mitzvah stories, grief and reflections since Oct. 7 from Israeli, American, and Palestinian women, poetry as prayer, and much, much more.

We can’t wait for you to hold this issue in your hands soon.

Arriving online and in mailboxes soon, Lilith’s Winter 2023-2024 issue features cover art by Ronit Porat (@poratronit). Inside this issue, you’ll find bat mitzvah stories, grief and reflections since Oct. 7 from Israeli, American, and Palestinian women, poetry as prayer, and much, much more.

We can’t wait for you to hold this issue in your hands soon.
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Exciting news!

Audio recordings of Lilith--from cover to cover--will now be available through JBI Voices! 

JBI Voices is a diverse and engaging selection of articles from Jewish and secular news media relevant to Jewish interest and community—all in an accessible audio format. JBI Voices is free for anyone who has visual impairment, is blind, or is print disabled.

Visit JBILibrary.org/magazines to sign up for free and start listening to Lilith's brand-new issue! Link in bio.

Image Description:
White text against a red box reads "Access to Lilith for ALL!" Below, the black and red Lilith logo and the green JBI logo are joined by a plus sign. The Lilith logo includes the tagline "Independent, Jewish & Frankly Feminist." The JBI logo includes the tagline "Enabling access to Jewish life through audio, braille, and large print texts." At the bottom is an illustration of speakers and audio waves. The background is white with a Lilith-red border.

Exciting news!

Audio recordings of Lilith--from cover to cover--will now be available through JBI Voices!

JBI Voices is a diverse and engaging selection of articles from Jewish and secular news media relevant to Jewish interest and community—all in an accessible audio format. JBI Voices is free for anyone who has visual impairment, is blind, or is print disabled.

Visit JBILibrary.org/magazines to sign up for free and start listening to Lilith`s brand-new issue! Link in bio.

Image Description:
White text against a red box reads "Access to Lilith for ALL!" Below, the black and red Lilith logo and the green JBI logo are joined by a plus sign. The Lilith logo includes the tagline "Independent, Jewish & Frankly Feminist." The JBI logo includes the tagline "Enabling access to Jewish life through audio, braille, and large print texts." At the bottom is an illustration of speakers and audio waves. The background is white with a Lilith-red border.
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wishing you a very happy (secular!) Love Day 💕
However you’re spending tonight, you can access decades worth of Jewish feminist musings on love and relationships at Lilith.org 💌always available, always timely!

wishing you a very happy (secular!) Love Day 💕
However you’re spending tonight, you can access decades worth of Jewish feminist musings on love and relationships at Lilith.org 💌always available, always timely!
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