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Journal Issue Launch on Women in the Rabbinate: Poetry, Art, and Torah

Hosted By: CCAR Press

The Summer 2022 issue of CCAR Journal: The Reform Jewish Quarterly is dedicated to “Fifty Years of Women in the Rabbinate.” The journal gathers a wide range of perspectives reflecting on the decades since the ordination of Rabbi Sally J. Priesand in 1972 and where we stand today. Join CCAR Press and the Women’s Rabbinic Network for a Zoom event to celebrate the launch of this special issue. The event will feature the journal editor and issue guest editors in conversation with several contributors, who will share poetry, visual art, and words of Torah.

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CCAR Press

CCAR Press is the primary publisher of the Reform Movement and a division of the Central Conference of American Rabbis.. CCAR Press and its imprint Reform Judaism Publishing (RJP) are the source for liturgy, sacred texts, scholarship, educational materials, apps, and other content for Reform rabbis, cantors, and educators; Reform congregations and Jewish organizations; Reform Jews; and the wider Jewish community.
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