We are a little more than six months from the end of the world (!) Or from the end of the world as we know it—December 21, 2012.
Over the weekend, I was at a Modern Orthodox temple honoring Tisha B’Av, the 9th day in the month of Av, the saddest day in the Jewish year.
For the first time in world history, this year every country competing in the Olympics has a female athlete on its team.
As JWA's Institute for Educators comes to a close, we wanted to share a few moments ... and messages.
Sally Ride died on Tuesday at the age of 61. First American woman to go into outer space. The first. The very first. American. Woman. Astronaut.
This week teachers from around the nation are participating in JWA’S Institute for Educators.
Are women in Chassidic communities nothing more than oppressed victims? Is the Haredi threat to civil liberties in Israel, which is represented by segregated busses, real?
Introduction: 25 bright and impassioned teachers from all over the country are sitting in a large circle in a nondescript room of a Sheraton H
“The Feminist Papers,” a highly classified document that up until now has only been rumored to exist, was (accidentally?) leaked last night at 11:15pm.
Who are you?
I mean really . . .
Who are you . . . when you are alone and no one is watching?
What is your wave state?
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