Another year, another Forward 50 list of Jewish leaders who have made the biggest impact (good or bad) in American Jewish life.
I want to give a shout out to Lesléa Newman, an iconic yet under-recognized gay Jewish writer whose work continues to inform the changing landscape of GLBT rights in the U.S.
I've never thought of myself as a particularly good dancer. I dropped out of ballet after one lesson and these days I only feel comfortable on the dance floor after a couple of drinks.
That's right folks, it's a contest.
Last week, JWA asked: Who do you choose to inspire and guide you, your community, and the world, this New Year?
The second round of #jwapedia, JWA's campaign to tweet its Encyclopedia of Jewish women's history, is underway!
If ever there was an unofficial Queen of New York City, Kitty Carlisle Hart was it.
Last week, a group of JWA staffers gathered on our lunch break to watch the HBO documentary Gloria: In Her Own Words.
Anyone who has spent time arguing about politics–particularly hot-button issues like abortion–is familiar with “glazed-eyes, nodding syndrome” which is what happens when listeners (who may even agr
I miss Wendy Wasserstein. How much so? Well, when Hillary Clinton announced she was running for president, my second thought—right after “All right!”—was: “What would Wendy say?”.
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Jewish Women's Archive. "Women We Love!." (Viewed on May 24, 2013) <http://jwa.org/blog/women-we-love>.