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Organizations and Institutions

Mazel Tov, Nancy Kaufman!

Nancy Kaufman, a longtime friend of the Jewish Women’s Archive, has been named the new CEO of the National Council for Jewish Women (NCJW). NCJW’s President Nancy Ratzan described Kaufman in terms that would be familiar to anyone who has worked with her:

Nancy is a dynamic, bold, and visionary leader, who is devoted to NCJW’s commitment to deliver the voices and actions of progressive Jewish women as a powerful force for social change. 

Anita Diamant, 2010

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Author Anita Diamant at a book signing at Nightingale House, London, March 2010.

Photo by Brian Minkoff, London Pixels.

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Author Anita Diamant at a book signing at Nightingale House, London, March 2010.

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Louise Nevelson and Neith Nevelson

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Louise Nevelson and her granddaughter, the artist Neith Nevelson, in 1965.
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Louise Nevelson and her granddaughter, the artist Neith Nevelson, in 1965.

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Carol Wise and Zoe Oreck

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Carol Wise (right) is a JWA Board member. Her granddaughter, Zoe Oreck, (left) is a senior at the University of Georgia.

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Carol Wise (right) is a JWA Board member. Her granddaughter, Zoe Oreck, (left) is a senior at the University of Georgia.

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Rhonda Copelon, circa late 1970s

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Rhonda Copelon photographed in the late 1970s.
Photo: Sharon Thompson

Rhonda Copelon photographed in the late 1970s.

Photo: Sharon Thompson

Rhonda Copelon, 2005

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Rhonda Copelon at the Mary C. Dunlap Lecture on Sex, Gender & Social Justice, Boalt Hall Law School, UC Berkeley, 2005.
Photo: Jim Block

Rhonda Copelon at the Mary C. Dunlap Lecture on Sex, Gender & Social Justice, Boalt Hall Law School, UC Berkeley, 2005.

Photo: Jim Block

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Elena Kagan

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Elena Kagan as Dean of Harvard Law. Justice Elena Kagan is the fourth woman to serve on the Supreme Court of the United States.

Photo by Doc Searls.

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Elena Kagan as Dean of Harvard Law. Justice Elena Kagan is the fourth woman to serve on the Supreme Court of the United States.

Photo by Doc Searls.

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Growing tensions II: Affirmative Action

Assess Jewish attitudes towards Affirmative Action as an example of how individuals and communities try to manage competing priorities.

Growing tensions I: Black-Jewish Relations

Analyze how underlying rifts in the relationship between African Americans and Jews brought these groups into more overt conflict in the late 1960s, with a focus on the Ocean Hill-Brownsville school crisis and a poetry slam activity.

Loribeth Weinstein and Charles Hynes at the JWI International Conference on Domestic Abuse, 2007

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Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes talks with JWI Executive Director Loribeth Weinstein at JWI’s third international conference on domestic abuse in 2007.
Photo courtesy of Jewish Women International.
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Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes talks with JWI Executive Director Loribeth Weinstein at JWI’s third international conference on domestic abuse in 2007.
Photo courtesy of Jewish Women International.

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