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1978

1978

In a Jewish women’s community in jail, a conversation about prison life. Jewish women’s volunteer organizations: vanguard or rear guard?

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1979

1979

Why Golda Meir left us a legacy of Zionism sans feminism. Cynthia Ozick’s vindication of the rights of Jewish women.

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1980

1980

Judith Plaskow & Annette Daum on Christian feminist anti-Semitism. Why can’t women say kaddish? How to get what we want by the year 2000.

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1981

1981

The Jewish stake in abortion rights. Women in the Israeli army. Diary of Rose Pastor Stokes, sweatshop laborer.

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Spring/Summer 1982

Spring/Summer 1982

Blu Greenberg: How an Orthodox woman can be a feminist. Aviva Cantor’s egalitarian hagadah, incorporating writings by and about women.

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Winter 1983

Winter 1983

Pornography proliferates in Israel. Are feminists changing Judaism? Answers from two leaders of Ezrat Nashim, the game-changing women’s collective.

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Fall/Winter 1983

Fall/Winter 1983

Fiction & poetry by Jewish women writers from across the world. Cynthia Ozick on Torah as the matrix for feminism.

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Winter/Spring 1985

Winter/Spring 1985

"All Jews are responsible for one another," but how do we define the boundaries between responsibility & guilt?

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1985

1985

"All Jews are responsible for one another," but how do we define the boundaries between responsibility & guilt?

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Fall/Winter 1985-1986

Fall/Winter 1985-1986

How the Wild West was liberating for Jewish women. Rabbi Amy Eilberg becomes the first female Conservative rabbi.

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