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Jewish Women, Amplified

Welcome home, Jewish feminists! Jewish Women, Amplified is the blog of the Jewish Women’s Archive. Formerly known as Jewesses with Attitude, this online community is a forum for Jewish women (and those who love us) 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. We celebrate smart, sassy, and singular Jewish women who have changed the world, or simply have something to say. In this space, we start conversations, stimulate debate, and inspire each other to think and act boldly.

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We welcome comments that are in the spirit of open conversation. Offensive or inappropriate comments will be deleted.

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JWA welcomes a wide variety of voices, and we invite you to share your experience, insight, opinion, or humor with our online community. While we are committed to celebrating the voices and contributions of Jewish women, we are not a space for self-promotion and will not include any posts that publicize individuals, projects, or products that do not relate to our mission.

We ask that all submissions be no more than 800 words and be submitted as publication-ready as possible. We reserve the right to edit submitted posts for content, clarity, or length, and will do so in dialogue with the writer. Please contact our blog manager for more information!

Disclaimer

The opinions of those posting on this blog do not necessarily reflect the views of the Jewish Women’s Archive.

Rachel Sklar at JWA Making Trouble Event
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Image of Rachel Sklar, a 2013 Making Trouble/Making History honoree at a JWA event.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Jewish Women, Amplified." (Viewed on November 18, 2017) <https://jwa.org/blog/about>.

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