Jewish Women, Amplified
- Celia Dropkin’s Poetry
- College Religious Life
- Whispers in the Archives
- Ask Emma
Exclusively for JWA, Maia Evrona shares two translations of Celia Dropkin’s poetry, classics within the canon of Yiddish literature.
Jewish life organizations on college campuses rely on outside funders with their own agendas, and progressive religious students are left in the dust.
How did so many Jewish women come to be leaders within the women’s health movement? Eight of the twelve creators of Our Bodies, Ourselves were Jewish. Four of the five founders of the National Women’s Health Network were also Jewish.
My friends have encouraged me to try online dating, but I tried it and went on a few dates and I keep on meeting people who just aren’t as fired up about political change as I am.
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Jewish Women's Archive. "Jewish Women, Amplified." (Viewed on February 18, 2019) <https://jwa.org/blog/node/91>.