We are proud to announce that JWA blogger Talia Weisberg, a junior at the Manhattan High School for Girls, New York, won runner-up in the
Before most of us ever heard of the small town of Beit Shemesh, Miri Shalem the orthodox mother of four children and a long-time resident was directing the town’s JCC.
Three years ago I had the opportunity to visit the rare books room at the Jewish Theological Seminary (JTS) library. I saw many interesting things, but one that would change my life forever.
This week on the Sisterhood, Naomi Zeveloff wrote:
Last Friday, I joined members of the Jewish Women’s Archive “family” on a sad drive to New Haven for the funeral of Paula Hyman, who died on Thursday at the much-too-early age of 65. The Lucy G.
Wonder Woman, created in the 1940s, showed the world that women could kick butt.
This week, New York Magazine’s cover features an oral history of Ms. Magazine, which is celebrating its 40th anniversary.
They seemed like they were everywhere, since where my friends and I lived on campus was known for its Greek population.
“How could you?!” Esther screamed.
“What? What are you talking about?” I asked.
Upon her arrival in Israel this week, a friend of mine picked up this pretty, functional necklace:
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