Jewish Women, Amplified is the blog of the Jewish Women’s Archive. This online community is a forum in which to reflect on a wide variety of topics that intrigue and impact us: from feminism to family, gender to Judaism, politics to pop culture, ritual to relationships, activism to art—and everything in between. In this space, we start conversations, stimulate debate, and inspire each other to think and act boldly.
Want to write for us?
Jewish Women, Amplified welcomes pitches from freelance writers. We publish essays, analyses, opinion pieces, and interviews that incorporate Jewish, feminist, and/or historical perspectives. Please note that we prefer pitches to full draft submissions. If you haven't written for JWA before, please include clips or writing samples with your query. Finished pieces are typically between 800 and 1,200 words. We reserve the right to edit posts for content, clarity, and length, and will do so in dialogue with the writer. Aside from special cases, like posts created through organizational partnerships, all of our writers are paid.
While we are committed to celebrating the voices and contributions of Jewish women, we are not a space for self-promotion and will not accept written work that publicizes individuals, projects, or products that do not relate to our mission.
The opinions of those posting on this blog do not necessarily reflect the views of the Jewish Women’s Archive.
We welcome comments that are in the spirit of open conversation. Offensive or inappropriate comments will be deleted.
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Jewish Women's Archive. "About." (Viewed on July 13, 2020) <https://jwa.org/blog/about>.