In 1878, Naphtali Herz Imber, an English poet originally from current-day Ukraine, paid tribute to the dream of a Jewish homeland.
Last January, a 4-foot, 9-inch bundle of power named Naomi Kutin squatted and focused her considerable energies on the task at hand: hoisting a whopping 214.9 pounds (more than double her own 97 po
When I opened The Boston Globe on Friday morning, I was greeted by a large photo above the fold of a jubilant Kayla Harrison, who had just become the first US judo athlete to win an Olympic gold medal.
For the first time in world history, this year every country competing in the Olympics has a female athlete on its team.
You didn’t think Title IX would reach its 40th birthday and go unrecognized here at JWA, did you?
It's a tradition for players in the Super Bowl to wear a patch with the Roman numerals of the game's year on the left side of their chests (46, or XLVI, this year). On Sunday in I
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Jewish Women's Archive. "Sports." (Viewed on May 19, 2013) <http://jwa.org/blog/sports>.