Rabbis Without Borders
My daughter sings in the choir at her Jewish high school. Only her mother can attend the annual concert. I ...
We shall overcome, we shall overcome, We shall overcome someday; Oh, Deep in my heart, I do believe, We shall ...
Members of the Scribe
In the few months since our book was published, women of different ages have come up to us with stories ...
People often ask me why I decided to become a rabbi. Some would say in a condescending tone, “You want ...
A cultural and religious analysis.
A Jewish woman prays from the heart.
Can women take on commandments from which they are exempt?
Parashat Kedoshim teaches us the ways to be holy. But do women have a different understanding of what holiness is?
How the Yiddish translation of the Torah, Megillot and Haftarot became associated with women.
How she waited and prayed patiently for a child and was rewarded.
Giving Jewish women a voice.
These women use diaries, memoirs, fiction, and poetry to express their Holocaust experience.