A new documentary covers “the intersection between her Modern Orthodoxy and power lifting.”
“35 and Single” is a feature film following Argentine filmmaker Paula Schargodorosky as she sifts through what it means to be in your 30s, single, and wanting to be free and independent when all your friends are getting married and having kids.
How have I participated in so many weddings? Let me count the ways: I’ve written and recited a six-word story about love. I’ve signed a ketubah (Jewish wedding contract) and will do so again soon. I’ve held the chuppah (the Jewish ritual wedding canopy).
A new documentary, “Beauty of Their Dreams,” takes a look at the work that is being done by religious organizations and individuals, and challenges viewers themselves to get involved in changing the future for girls and women.
Queer Jews of Color don’t often see themselves in their faith communities, so Keshet and the Jewish Multiracial Network created a resource guide.
The subjects in Orna Donath’s recent book on regretting motherhood were called “monsters” and “traitors.” For the Israeli sociologist, they are merely telling the truth.
On Bravo’s Real Housewives of Potomac, cast members ask if it is possible to be black and Jewish.
Chanel Dubofsky gives readers five more Arab women writers to check out in 2016.
It’s time for American Jews to go beyond Palestinian-Israel author and journalist Sayed Kashua and find the variety and depth of Arab women writers.
Trump’s recent statement’s regarding Debbie Wasserman Schultz tap into our anxiety about women in power.