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Marion Shulevitz

Marion Shulevitz is a graduate of Detroit Midrasha College of Jewish Studies, Wayne State University, and the Rabbinical School of The Jewish Theological Seminary. Shulevitz has worked as a staff chaplain with the HealthCare Chaplaincy, Inc., and as Jewish chaplain for several New York hospitals. She is currently rabbi of the Amsterdam Nursing Home, New York. Her articles on Jewish and chaplaincy issues have appeared in Conservative Judaism, Lilith and the New York Times.

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Edith Rosenwald Stern

Edith Rosewald Stern used her family’s wealth for her community’s good. In New Orleans, she helped fund schools to offer her children and their peers a progressive education. Stern also fought to clean up voting rights in the city, organizing voter registration, auditing voter rolls, and bringing voting machines into high schools to educate future voters.

Hannah Mayer Stone

A pioneering physician and advocate of birth control, Hannah Stone defied both New York City police and the federal government in her efforts to make contraception legal and available to American women in the early twentieth century.

Edith Mendel Stern

A prolific writer as well as an activist in the mental health field, Edith Stern authored four novels and many guides for laypeople on the subjects of mental illness, aging, and differently abled children.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Marion Shulevitz." (Viewed on December 1, 2022) <https://jwa.org/encyclopedia/author/shulevitz-marion>.

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