Episode 49: Jewish Women Vote
As history unfolds in this election season, we talk with Jewish women about their voting stories—past and present. We hear from a poll watcher in Georgia, a young voter whose name was nearly wiped from the voter rolls, and a rabbi who said a blessing as she slipped her ballot in the ballot box. We'll also hear from a 92-year-old voter in Florida who remembers meeting suffragist Alice Paul in the 1970s, and a candidate for US Congress who talks about the dilemma she faced in sixth grade—whether to vote for herself for class president.
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Jewish Women's Archive. "Episode 49: Jewish Women Vote." (Viewed on April 19, 2021) <https://jwa.org/podcasts/canwetalk/episode-49-jewish-women-vote>.