The Jewish Women's Archive has developed online exhibits that use digital technology to explore in-depth the struggles and successes of American Jews.
This pathbreaking exhibit focuses on 74 Jewish women who had a profound impact on the modern women's movement and on American life. Searchable by topic, date, keyword, and person.
Women of Valor presents the inspiring stories of 16 North American Jewish women who broke new ground in science and the arts, education and law. A complementary series of posters is available.
Created out of user-generated materials, this exhibit documents the experiences of Jewish residents of the Gulf Coast and the response of the national Jewish community during and after Hurricane Katrina.
Thirty Jewish women—many of them from Sephardic families—share their experiences as mothers and musicians, artists and activists living in the Seattle area.
Weaving Women's Words: Baltimore Stories features interviews with 29 Jewish women whose lives span the 20th century. Each has a story to tell.
Video oral histories with nine Jewish women in the Washington, D.C. area who describe the struggle to balance family and career, and a pluralistic American identity with a Jewish one.