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- September 2012: A New Take on a New Year
The other side of Rosh Hashanah • We live to learn (Apply now for the Natalia Twersky Educator Award) • JWA through the eyes of an (inspired) intern • How do you accidentally become a Jewish historian? • Report to the Community 2012
- July-August 2012: 70 Years of Jewish Women earning Olympic Gold
2012 Summer Institute for Educators • Labor Material Added to Living the Legacy • Jewish Women at the Olympics—a Tradition • Jewesses with Attitude: Meet Rusty Kanokogi • This Week in History: Lillian Copeland wins gold, 1932.
- June 2012: Celebrating Pride and the fathers of Jewish daughters
Jewish daughters share stories about their fathers • Joan Rivers Makes More Trouble • Celebrate Pride Month with JWA and Keshet • We Remember: Lucy Kramer Cohen • This Week in History: Annie Londonderry, the first woman to cycle the globe ….
- May 2012: JWA launches "D.C. Stories": A new oral history exhibit
JWA launches "D.C. Stories": A new exhibit for Jewish American Heritage Month • Reform movement honors Gail T. Reimer, JWA • Reread "Eishet Chayil" on Mother's Day • This Week in History: Angela Warnick Buchdahl was invested as the first Asian-American cantor.
- April 2012: Celebrating the voices of Jewish women poets
Celebrating the voices of Jewish women poets • Remembering Adrienne Rich • Ideas for Jewish American Heritage Month • We Remember: Esther M. Broner (1930-2011) Jewish feminist activist, scholar, author, Seder Sister.
- March 2012: Making Trouble/Making History luncheon a smashing success
Making Trouble/Making History in NYC • Women's History Month: Who inspires you? • Including Women's Voices: A downloadable Passover Haggadah • We Remember: Esther M. Broner (1930-2011) Jewish feminist activist, scholar, author, Seder Sister.
- February 2012: Announcing the winner of the Twersky Award
And the winnter of the Twersky Award is... • Discover the treasures at JWA's new offices • Happy V-Day! • This Week in History:Publication of "The Feminine Mystique" by Betty Friedan; the book is credited with sparking the modern feminist movement.
- January 2012: Making Trouble, Making History
Join us for JWA’s Annual Luncheon March 18 • 2012 Institute for Educators: Apply now! • Watch "Wednesdays in Mississippi" for Black History Month • This Week in History: Annie Leibovitz's first cover photograph for Rolling Stone, featuring John Lennon.
- December 2011: Top 10 Moments for Jewish Women in 2011
The Top 10 Moments for Jewish Women in 2011 • JWA wishes you a Happy Hanukkah! • So, laugh a little! • This Week in History: Lyricist Betty Comden's first hit, "On the Town," opened on Broadway.
- November 2011: A vision for the Jewish Future
JWA's vision for the Jewish future • JWA on the road in Philadelphia • Sharing, telling bat mitzvah stories •This Week in History: Clara Lemlich sparks the "Uprising of the 20,000."
- October 2011: Announcing the Natalia Twersky Educator Award!
The Natalia Twersky Educator Award • JWA Selected for Community Action Partners Program • Contest: Can You Rename "History Makers?" •This Week in History: Gertrude Elion wins the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.