Jewish Suffragists, White Dresses and Yellow Roses
As America celebrates the centennial of female suffrage this year, what’s striking is how much today’s female leaders have in common with their Jewish activist foremothers.
Israel Immersion Internships for Career-Minded Individuals
Onward Israel, launched in 2012 as a Jewish Agency project, coordinates subsidized summer internships in Israel for young Americans.
Prepping Adirondack Deerskins for DIY Torah Scroll Project
Rabbi Linda Motzkin launched the Community Torah Project to enlist the help of volunteers in producing a Torah scroll, from prepping parchment to stitching together panels of text.
Documenting Treasured Family Recipes in Bespoke Cookbooks
With her business, The Family Cookbook, photographer Sarah Arnoff Yeoman may be the first to personalize intergenerational recipes with luminous, high-quality portraits.
Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi Is Shifting the Conversation on Disabilities
Laszlo Mizrahi runs RespectAbility, a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit dedicated to fighting stigma and advancing opportunities for—and with—people with disabilities.
Can Israel’s Watergen Change the World Through Clean Water?
Watergen uses technology that filters humidity from the air to create clean, fresh drinking water.
The Mural of the Story, Jewish Women Street Artists
A new crop of female, Jewish and (sometimes) Israeli contemporary street artists represent a departure for a field long dominated by men.