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  • Rosh Hashanah Recipes
  • Spotlighting Sephardi Women
  • Acting Our Age
  • Girls in STEM
  • Plated Spaghetti Squash

    Rosh Hashanah Spaghetti Squash

    Shana Tovah everyone! I hope you are having a good Fall and beginning to your holiday season!

    It’s been a tough year, and 5777 perhaps didn’t bring with it all the promise and renewal we thought it would. I hope that, in this new year, we all have opportunities for positive change and growth. May we also have the strength and opportunity to create change in the world at large.

  • Dimona Twist Movie Poster

    A Review of Dimona Twist

    Upon arriving at the theater, I realize quickly that I am the youngest person in attendance by decades.This night of the film festival is titled “An Evening of Empowering Sephardi Women,” and I’m here to see Dimona Twist, an Israeli film created by documentarian Michal Aviad. Dimona Twist recounts the history of North African and Eastern European immigrants to Dimona, a development town in Southern Israel, told through individual stories of seven women.

  • Susan Goodman Headshot

    Acting Our Age with Susan Goodman

    While her life’s work is a testament to her commitment to helping people grow older with dignity, respect, and independence, Susan Goodman’s latest project is remarkable in both its scope and specificity. Currently, in order to be interviewed on Susan’s blog Acting Our Age, you must be a woman 85 or older.

  • 2016-2017 Rising Voices Fellow Maya Jodidio Pipetting DNA into a Gel

    To Girls Taking Their First STEM Classes

    If you’re a female-identifying teen and you attend high school, chances are good that you take, or will take, a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) class. Physics, biology, and chemistry are the usual suspects. We’re writing to share some collective wisdom with you from our own high-school experience.
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Get that Rosh Hashanah menu squared away with this delicious recipe! https://t.co/qge7fnUgqV https://t.co/PxmrYrIjfC
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Check out our interview with Zoe Klein, a new addition to our Women Rabbis project! https://t.co/E0Nf9pxfQw https://t.co/JbMBJxkr4q
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Here's how one Jew came out on Rosh Hashanah...twice. (hint: the tale involves cupcakes) https://t.co/tRkKwZdQWD