Did You Know? Jewish Women on Israeli Street Signs
Visitors to Israel may notice that certain street names appear repeatedly in different cities and towns. Among them are leading female figures in Jewish history.
Connecting the Dots Between Power, Purpose and Engagement
Hadassah’s Power of Purpose Conference featured an array of impressive female entrepreneurs, social activists and health workers.
Envisioning the Rabbinate Through a Different Lens
The next-generation rabbis are looking for positions in communities “with a strong culture of kindness, equity and social justice.”
In Israel, Breaking Barriers in the Orthodox World
In May 2021, Shira Marili Mirvis officially began to lead Shirat HaTamar, a vibrant 42-family synagogue in Efrat. She is believed to be the only woman in Israel…
Blu Greenberg Is Still Advocating for That Rabbinic Will
A founding mother of Jewish feminism discusses the profound changes for women in Orthodox Judaism—and what issues remain.
Holy Sparks: Celebrating Fifty Years of Women in the Rabbinate
A showcase of rabbinic achievement, featuring 24 women who redefined Jewish leadership.
Orthodox Women Are Saying: Lights, Camera, Action!
Fed up with policies that remove women’s images from publications, a number of Orthodox women are fighting back—with photo shoots!
Virtual Event: Celebrating 50 Years of Female Rabbis
Featuring Rabbis Sally Priesand, Sandy Eisenberg Sasso, Amy Eilberg and Sara Hurwitz, all of whom made history by becoming the first ordained rabbis in their denominations.