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Abzug at a New York Press Conference

Bella Abzug

A formidable leader of the women’s movement, Bella Abzug fought to pass the Equal Rights Amendment and other vital legislation for the rights of women. During her three terms in Congress, she advocated for groundbreaking bills including the Equal Rights Amendment and crucial support of Title IX.

This Week in History

Selma Stern-Taeubler
July 24, 1890
An avid student of history, Selma Stern-Taeubler became the founding director of the American Jewish Archives.

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Jewesses with Attitude

July 21, 2014
by Melanie Metal
July 21, 2014
by Rabbi Lucy H.F. Dinner

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Att. Bay Area Educators! The #jwaWorkshop is in two weeks, REGISTER NOW for two days of primary source study & more. http://t.co/00ndwsjekf
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Today on the blog, Mel honors Yiddish historian Chava Turniansky with a post about when your bf doesn't know Yiddish. http://t.co/vLPOiFtAS5
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Today in 1848 the Seneca Falls Convention began in NY. Headliners=Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott. #Suffrage http://t.co/M9Z1eSuleY

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