Like many recent college graduates, I began my job hunt by asking myself some difficult questions “What do I want to do? Who do I want to be?
As our July 4th week comes to a close, we at JWA close the circle on our Celebrate Fiercely Independent Jewish Women
Did you ever wonder what it would be like to work with your mother and learn about her life and in doing so discover a completely different person?
I call myself a second-generation feminist, and when I do so, I’m thinking of my mom.
In a blog post last week Gabrielle Orcha asked, "What about the Jewish father? ... Who is he really?"
Ever dream of making a film about someone you wanted the world to know more about?
I’ve started cleaning for Passover, have you?
For those of you not around New York City in the 1970s, raising children was a challenge. City parks were infested with drug dealers and street crime was high.
My New Jersey bat mitzvah party was a lavish affair.
I made my first batch of kreplach, noodle dough containing ground meat usually found in chicken soup, in 1972, with my very Greek friend Mary Mastrogeannes, when I was fourteen.
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Jewish Women's Archive. "Family Stories." (Viewed on December 8, 2013) <http://jwa.org/blog/family-stories>.