Category: Link Roundups

Link Roundup: Summer Reading Digest, Part II

Welcome to this week’s installment of Lilith’s Link Roundup. Each week we 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. Following the New York Time’s recent article on Israel’s free in vitro… Read more »

Link Roundup: Summer Reading Digest, Part I

Welcome to this week’s installment of Lilith’s Link Roundup. Each week we 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. The American Medical Association has officially taken a stand against the use… Read more »

Link Roundup: Gay Marriage and Gender Bias

Welcome to this week’s installment of Lilith’s Link Roundup. Each week we 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. Shoshannah Stern, a deaf Jewish actress, took a stand against sexual assault… Read more »

Link Roundup: An Early Summer Reading Digest

Welcome to the latest installment of Lilith’s Link Roundup. You’ll find that this post is longer and more Israel-centric than usual. I just returned from a two-week long trip to Israel, where I learned a great deal about feminist issues facing Israel and I am excited to share them with you, our loyal readers. Each… Read more »

Link Roundup: Modesty and the Ever-Present Gender Gap

Welcome to this week’s installment of Lilith’s Link Roundup. Each week we 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. Di Tzaytung, a Brooklyn-based Orthodox weekly came under fire after removing U.S.… Read more »

Link Roundup: Mother's Day Edition

Welcome to this week’s installment of Lilith’s Link Roundup. Each week we 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. Rabbi Jason Miller of Detroit, Michigan shares how elevating female rabbis into… Read more »

Link Roundup: Working Women

Welcome to this week’s installment of Lilith’s Link Roundup. Each week we 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. The 2010 U.S. census revealed that, for the first time, women have… Read more »

Link Roundup: Earth Day and Orthodox Women

Welcome to this week’s installment of Lilith’s Link Roundup. Each week we 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. Newsweek released its 2011 list of America’s 50 Most Influential Rabbis. The… Read more »

Link Roundup: Passover and Freedom

Welcome to this week’s installment of Lilith’s Link Roundup. Each week we 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 Tuesday, women around the United States observed National Equal Pay Day.… Read more »

Link Roundup: Sexual Assault Awareness Month & Government Shutdown

Welcome to this week’s installment of Lilith’s Link Roundup. Each week we 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 Tuesday, Florida Representative Debbie Wasserman Shultz was named as the new… Read more »