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Would Kosher Pork Be Legal Fraud?

Hosted By: My Jewish Learning

What do the laws of keeping kosher have to do with US food laws? Explore the legal status of kosher food labeling in the US with My Jewish Learning and Barry Levenson, a lawyer, food law maven, and Curator of the National Mustard Museum. He’ll explore what the First Amendment and the Establishment Clause mean for kosher labeling and whether US courts can get involved in kosher disputes.

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Sally Priesand: First American Female Rabbi

Ordained in 1972 by the Reform movement, she paved the way to the rabbinate for many women.

Reform Rabbis Debate Women’s Ordination

Today in Jewish History: June 30, 1922

Women Rabbis: A History of the Struggle for Ordination

While the Reform movement was theoretically in favor of women's ordination as far back as 1922, it was not until 50 years later that the first women was ordained as a rabbi in North America.