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A few Friday links

Have you seen any other interesting posts or articles this week? Share them in the comments!

  • The Forward demonstrates there is no right way to be a Jewish mother [Forward]
  • Meet the "Hebrew Mamita," a Jewish poetess with chutzpah [TCJewfolk]
  • Have a listen to the inagural Lilith/Sisterhood podcast! You can also subscribe to it on iTunes. [Lilith] [Sisterhood]
  • In the wake of the RCA decision to ban Orthodox women rabbi, Elana Sztokman discusses her decision to begin researching stories of women who leave the Orthodoxy. [Sisterhood]
  • Dr. Ruth Westheimer, sexpert extraordinaire, also has a few lessons about bar and bat mitzvahs. [Daily Princetonian]
  • A new exhibit explores Hellen Keller's involvement with Jewish communities [Forward]
  • Joan Rivers is A Piece of Work. The reviews of the new, endearing documentary are coming in. [Heeb] [Jezebel]
  • Laurie Ann Goldman, CEO of Spanx® and philanthropist, will be featured speaker at United Jewish Federation Women's Annual Spring Luncheon. Somehow, it seems fitting that the CEO of Spanx is a Jewish woman philanthropist. [CentralJersey]

How to cite this page

Berkenwald, Leah. "A few Friday links." 30 April 2010. Jewish Women's Archive. (Viewed on July 29, 2014) <http://jwa.org/blog/dlr04-30-10>.

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