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2015-2016 Rising Voices Fellow Elisabeth Eigerman

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Elisabeth Eigerman, 2015-2016 Rising Voices Fellow.

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Elisabeth Eigerman, 2015-2016 Rising Voices Fellow.

2015-2016 Rising Voices Fellow Rana Bickel

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Rana Bickel, 2015-2016 Rising Voices Fellow.

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Rana Bickel, 2015-2016 Rising Voices Fellow.

2015-2016 Rising Voices Fellow Hani Fish-Bieler

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Hani Fish-Bieler, 2015-2016 Rising Voices Fellow.

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Hani Fish-Bieler, 2015-2016 Rising Voices Fellow.

2015-2016 Rising Voices Fellow Sarah Groustra

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Sarah Groustra, 2015-2016 Rising Voices Fellow.

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2015-2016 Rising Voices Fellow Delaney Hoffman

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Delaney Hoffman, 2015-2015 Rising Voices Fellow.

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Delaney Hoffman, 2015-2015 Rising Voices Fellow.

Icons for the New Year: Maud Nathan

In Maud Nathan’s second life as an activist, she became president of the New York Consumers League, vice president of the Woman’s Municipal League of New York, and chair of the industrial committee of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs. Her husband, once her companion at parties and fundraisers, began marching beside her at suffrage parades.

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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.

Anya Cherneff

A longtime opponent of human trafficking, Anya Cherneff found a new way to literally empower women in Nepal by founding Empower Generation to teach women and girls to become clean energy entrepreneurs.

Anya Cherneff

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Opponent of human trafficking and founder of Empower Generation, Anya Cherneff.

Photography by Bennett Cohen.

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Opponent of human trafficking and founder of Empower Generation, Anya Cherneff.

Photography by Bennett Cohen.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Women's Rights." (Viewed on May 3, 2016) <http://jwa.org/topics/womens-rights>.

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