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18th Anniversary Celebration
Celebrate JWA’s 18th Anniversary and Honor Founding Executive Director Gail Twersky Reimer and other Jewish troublemakers. Be a sponsor, reserve a seat, pay tribute, or make a donation.
The Natalia Twersky Educator Award
Do YOU know the next Award winner? It could be YOU or a creative educator you know. We're honoring teachers who integrate the stories and voices of Jewish women into their curricula. Read more and apply by May 12, 2014.
Rising Voices Fellows
Presenting the inaugural class of Rising Voices Fellows. The inspirational female-identified teens will blog for JWA while learning leadership skills and exploring their feminism and Judaism.

Discover, explore, and share the rich history of Jewish women

Blog
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Freedom Stories

This month our Rising Voices Fellows explore their relationships to Passover traditions. Be sure to check the JWA blog each...

This Week in History
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April 20, 1976

Paula Hyman discusses publication of "The Jewish Woman in America"

Paula Hyman discussed her new book, "The Jewish Woman in America," the first feminist history of Jewish women, on New York radio station WEVD.

On the Map

Sioux City, Iowa - Birthplace of Twin Advice Columnists

Sioux City, IA

Esther Pauline Friedman Lederer and Pauline Esther Friedman Phillips were born seventeen minutes apart in Sioux City on July...

We Remember
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Ann J. Lane

Historian

Ann Lane was a bold advocate not simply for women but, even more important, for feminist scholarship.

Encyclopedia
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Joyce Brothers

20th Century CE
USA

During a public career spanning more than forty years, Dr. Joyce Brothers made the unlikely journey from housewife to celebrity quiz show...