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Frankly Feminist: Short Stories by Jewish Women from Lilith Magazine

Hosted By: Maven

Kick off Women’s History Month with a riveting conversation about amplifying Jewish female voices! In Judaism, women’s voices have not always been amplified. The same could be said for the general literary world as well. Frankly Feminist gives voice to all those silenced, and provides a platform for cultural, religious, and ideological diversity. Author Susan Weidman Schneider will be joined by New York Times Best Selling author Anita Diamant in conversation with Rabbi Sherre Hirsch about the connections and common threads found in the female Jewish experience, exposed through this collection of short stories.

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In March of 2020, as the pandemic took hold of our local communities and safer-at-home orders were issued, American Jewish University shifted the delivery of our adult education and community programming to digital formats. Dedicated to providing Jewish learning to our communities, AJU understood the importance of showcasing original content that was not only easily accessible, but also fostered a sense of connection amidst the isolation that many faced.

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