Praying with their feet on Saturday in St. Paul.
New proposal for prayer at the Kotel will give egalitarian access to a designated section.
Dragonfly, a locally produced film with all major roles filled by women, seeks to change the discussion in Hollywood and around the country about the role of women in film, both on-screen and off.
I turn heads. I say this with no small amount of modesty, but I know it to be true. It’s not my bold fashion choices or the streaks of blue and green in my hair that cause people to stare. No, the thing about me that draws the most attention is my kippah.
I’m career driven, outspoken and have a raunchy sense of humor. So why do I affiliate with the Orthodox movement? After all, aren’t they sexist?
Jewish women, makeup, and potential. A dvar on this week’s parshah.
From parties to resumes: ten ways for young Jews to get involved with the NCJW. The second of three guest posts for Women’s History Month on TC Jewfolk.
JWA just launched “On the Map,” a sort of Google Maps for places with personal, political and historical meaning in Jewish women’s lives. Join me in adding Minnesota’s landmarks to the site.
This isn’t your grandmother’s Hadassah, writes Joanna Lowinger in the first of three guest posts for Women’s History Month on TC Jewfolk.