Winner of the 2016 National Jewish Book Award in Women's Studies, this pioneering anthology paints an illuminating and necessary picture of the past while laying the groundwork for important work yet to be done.
A reflection on the 45th anniversary of "Free to Be You and Me."
The appointment of Betsy DeVos will have a negative impact on thousands of families...including mine.
[This piece is co-written by Rebecca Einstein Schorr and Ben Schorr]
There is nothing like watching television with my kids. Over the years, I’ve learned a great deal about them: their likes and dislikes, their values, and their beliefs. Letting them react to what we see and engaging them in conversation never fails to shed light into their internal workings.
This was no more evident than when watching the new Netflix Original Series, “Atypical,” with our son, Ben. Ben, who is 17, was ...
By all accounts, I was the least likely person to edit a book about women rabbis. Until recently, I recoiled at the very thought of being considered a feminist. “I am an equalist,” I would argue whenever anyone suggested otherwise. To me, being a feminist required an automatically-renewing subscription to Ms. Magazine (and/or Lilith for those of the Mosaic persuasion), a library filled with Erica Jong, Betty Friedan, Simone De Beauvior, and Naomi Wolf, and a predisposition to sense misogyny l...
Did you happen to catch the HuffPost headline this past Friday, announcing Bannon’s departure from the White House?
“Goy, Bye!” it proclaimed.
A headline meant as a play on a lyric by Beyonce from her most recent album, Lemonade. (A reference, I suspect, many did not get.) Even so, the headline made me extremely uncomfortable.
There is nothing inherently derogatory about the word “goy.”
In its original context, it means “nation.” In fact, the Scriptures teach us that the word “goy,” and its p...