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February 1st Link Roundup

Join a Rising. Start a Rising. One Billion Rising is Building Momentum.

Political Jewess: Oldies but Goodies

We are at T minus four days to the election, and one of our favorite past times at JWA is looking to the past to inform the future...

So on that note, I ask:

Mourdock, Menses, and Breasts

Here We Go Again. Add Mourdock to the Akin mixology, shake, and serve on the rocks.

Links 4 You! 10.19.12

You are not one in a billion. But maybe you are one OF a billion.

Friday Social Media BliNtz (Week 1)

Welcome to the Friday Social Media BliNtz-- it's like a media blitz, but tastier.

Here, on a virtual silver platter, are some current event noshes you might enjoy.

Jewish girls are easy, Jewish boys do a calendar shoot, and other Jewish gender stories

This week in Jewish women

  • Was Gertrude Stein—currently the focus of major exhibitions currently in Paris and Washington, D.C.—actually a Nazi sympathizer?

  • Sneak peek of Gabrielle Giffords interview and more links

    Next Monday: Rep. Gabrielle Giffords will be speaking with Diane Sawyer in her first public interview about the shooting.

    ..and we're back! (with a link roundup)

    Hello, hello! Due to the fall holidays, posting has been light for the past few weeks at Jewesses with Attitude.

    Week in review: Link Roundup

    • Letty Cottin Pogrebin and Kathleen Peratis have organized a conference honoring Anita Hill and the 20th anniversary of her testimony

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