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Winter 2014-2015

Winter 2014-2015

In this issue: A mother checks out the Israeli army the same way she checked out her daughter's kindergarten. Women discuss: did they create their...

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Winter 2016-2017

Winter 2016-2017

What's next in our political (and personal) moment? Three responses: PTSD, Purim, Peace marches. How to democratize Talmud. A counterintuitive...

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Winter 2017-2018

Winter 2017-2018

Growing up Baptist, caught by Judaism. Barbra Streisand was my Rabbi. Golda Meir, and lessons on losing elections. When you're that intergenerational...

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Winter 2018-9

Winter 2018-9

Money and meaning, from teaching Hebrew school to funding abortion. Three miscarriages and a crisis of faith. Candidates who didn't win. When your...

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Winter 2019-2020

Winter 2019-2020

DNA secrets, hidden identities • Breast cancer and Jewish women • Tillie Olsen: feminist foremother • At her ritual haircut, she knew she was a...

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Fall 1976

Fall 1976

Life lessons from the mythological Lilith. Betty Friedan on her feminine mystique & being Jewish. Those thorny Jewish women's organizations.

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Winter 1976-1977

Winter 1976-1977

Jewish women who changed their lives because of feminism. UJA's Young Leadership Cabinet as a men’s club. Welcoming your newborn Jewish daughter.

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Spring/Summer 1977

Spring/Summer 1977

Why JTS won’t let women be Conservative rabbis. The truth about sex jokes and Jewish women. Divorce, Jewish style: a guide for the oppressed.

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Fall/Winter 1977-1978

Fall/Winter 1977-1978

Writer Esther Broner talks about rediscovering our mothers. The Jewish-Black rupture. How patriarchal Judaism excluded—-but did not demean--women.

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Summer 2020

Informed predictions for the uncertain future • Farewell to shopping • Growing up Persian • Vivian Gornick & Melanie Kaye/Kantrowitz revisited • 1930s feminist fiction — in Yiddish! • Unetaneh Tokef for Black Lives

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