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Religious Movements

Paula Hyman

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Paula Hyman, celebrated social historian, Jewish feminist, and founding member of Ezrat Nashim.

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Paula Hyman, celebrated social historian, Jewish feminist, and founding member of Ezrat Nashim.

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Rivka Haut

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Orthodox feminist activist Rivka Haut.
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Orthodox feminist activist Rivka Haut.

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Blu Greenberg

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Activist, writer, and founding president of the Jewish Orthodox Feminist Alliance (JOFA), Blu Greenberg.

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Activist, writer, and founding president of the Jewish Orthodox Feminist Alliance (JOFA), Blu Greenberg.

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Sally Gottesman

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Organizational leader Sally Gottesman.
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Organizational leader Sally Gottesman.

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Sue Levi Elwell

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Sue Levi Elwell.
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Sue Levi Elwell.

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Amy Eilberg

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Rabbi and co-founder of the Bay Area Jewish Healing Center, Amy Eilberg. Eilberg was the first woman rabbi ordained by the Conservative Movement.

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Rabbi and co-founder of the Bay Area Jewish Healing Center, Amy Eilberg. Eilberg was the first woman rabbi ordained by the Conservative Movement.

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Tamara Cohen

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Tamara Cohen.
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Tamara Cohen.

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Nina Beth Cardin

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A Rabbi, writer, and director of Jewish Life at JCC in Baltimore, Maryland, Nina Beth Cardin also founded the Jewish Women's Resource Center.

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A Rabbi, writer, and director of Jewish Life at JCC in Baltimore, Maryland, Nina Beth Cardin also founded the Jewish Women's Resource Center.

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Rabbi Sally Priesand's Ordination, 1973

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Ordination of Rabbi Sally Priesand, June 3, 1972.
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Ordination of Rabbi Sally Priesand, June 3, 1972.

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Letters to Sally Priesand from HUC-JIR, June 17, 1963-May 14, 1968

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Letters to Sally Priesand from Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion regarding admission to the Rabbinic School, June 17, 1963-May 14, 1968.
Courtesy of Rabbi Sally J. Priesand. View PDF.
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Letters to Sally Priesand from Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion regarding admission to the Rabbinic School, June 17, 1963-May 14, 1968.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Religious Movements." (Viewed on May 28, 2016) <http://jwa.org/topics/religious-movements>.

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