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#jwapedia: For whom are you thankful?

Today we're kicking off a third round of #jwapedia, JWA's campaign to tweet the online version of Jewish Women: A Comprehensive Historical Encyclopedia.

This time around, we want to know for whom you're thankful. To participate, tweet about a woman from the Encyclopedia for whom you're thankful.

Just include a link to her article in the Encyclopedia and the hashtag "#jwapedia." If you already have a woman in mind, find her Encyclopedia article using the search function on jwa.org. If you don't have someone in mind, try browsing the Encyclopedia by keyword; when you find someone you want to share, you can use the "Share this" button at the top right corner.

If you don't have Twitter, today is a great day to sign up! You can also participate by sharing a link on Facebook instead.

Follow the campaign and see what other folks have tweeted by clicking here.

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How to cite this page

Berkenwald, Leah. "#jwapedia: For whom are you thankful?." 21 November 2011. Jewish Women's Archive. (Viewed on December 21, 2014) <http://jwa.org/blog/jwapedia-for-whom-are-you-thankful>.

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