Resources A bibliography of audio-visual resources of interest to Jewish women is available from the American Jewish Congress. The items listed, both short and full-length films, are available from various... Read more »
The scene is Berlin under the Nazis. Gerta has two counts against her: she is mentally disabled—and she is Jewish. She is also unprotected...
Over the past decade, women have been holding feminist Seders and have drawn strength and inspiration from joining in such ceremonies that focus on and celebrate our experiences. Now the time has come to share these insights with a wider audience, and to make them an integral part of the Passover ceremony. The non-sexist and egalitarian hagada in this special section incorporates stories and poetry by and about women—-as well as other passages and poems translated from Hebrew and Yiddish—-about the Holocaust and Resistance, Israel, Soviet Jewry, and struggles for justice into the traditional narrative of the Seder.
I was born into a strongly traditional family. I knew my place and I liked it — the warmth, the rituals, the solid, tight parameters. I never gave a thought... Read more »