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"My Life on the Road" by Gloria Steinem Book Cover, 2015

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The cover of My Life on the Road by Gloria Steinem (Random House, 2015).

Title spread photography by Marianne Barcellona.

The cover of My Life on the Road by Gloria Steinem (Random House, 2015).

Title spread photography by Marianne Barcellona.

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Roz Chast with her Book, Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant?

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Roz Chast with her memoir, Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant?
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Roz Chast with her memoir, Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant?

Ramona Brand's 2015 Lesson Plan

Ramona Brand's 2015 Lesson Plan "Our World Through a Jewish Lens." This lesson covers photography and how it can be a medium for Jewish storytelling.
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Ramona Brand's 2015 Lesson Plan "Our World Through a Jewish Lens." This lesson covers photography and how it can be a medium for Jewish storytelling.

Steve Benson on the Birth of Rebecca Solomon Thumbnail

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Thumbnail of video. This Week in History: on September 26, 1832, Victorian painter Rebecca Solomon, one of the first Jewish women artists of note, was born. Steve Benson considers how differently she saw the world than her male contemporaries, and how that perspective shaped her art.
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Thumbnail of video. This Week in History: on September 26, 1832, Victorian painter Rebecca Solomon, one of the first Jewish women artists of note, was born. Steve Benson considers how differently she saw the world than her male contemporaries, and how that perspective shaped her art.

Steve Benson on the Birth of Rebecca Solomon

This Week in History: on September 26, 1832, Victorian painter Rebecca Solomon, one of the first Jewish women artists of note, was born. Steve Benson considers how differently she saw the world than her male contemporaries, and how that perspective shaped her art.
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This Week in History: on September 26, 1832, Victorian painter Rebecca Solomon, one of the first Jewish women artists of note, was born. Steve Benson considers how differently she saw the world than her male contemporaries, and how that perspective shaped her art.

Ramona Brand

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Ramona Brand, winner of JWA's 2015 Natalia Twersky Prize for Educators.
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Ramona Brand, winner of JWA's 2015 Natalia Twersky Prize for Educators.

Courtesy of Ramona Brand

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Elisheva Cohen

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Israeli curator Elisheva Cohen (1911-1989).

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Israeli curator Elisheva Cohen (1911-1989).

Icons for the New Year: Elisheva Cohen

This Rosh Hashanah, I’m thinking about change. We look at transformation as something that happens overnight, but if the women I learn about every day at JWA are any indication, change happens in surprising ways and at unexpected times. It can be sudden or slow, a product of one determined action or years of effort.

Catherine Lieber Shimony

From American Jewish World Service to Global Goods Partners, Catherine Lieber Shimony has dedicated her career to international development, helping women across the globe develop the skills they need to better support their families and lead their communities.

Catherine Lieber Shimony

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Catherine Lieber Shimony.

Photo courtesy of Catherine Lieber Shimony.

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Catherine Lieber Shimony.

Photo courtesy of Catherine Lieber Shimony.

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