Ethel Rosenberg who, along with her husband Julius, was tried and executed for conspiring to pass atomic secrets to Russia, in one of the celebrated cases in the anti-Communist Red Scare of the 1950s. However recently released grand jury testimony from Ethel’s brother, David Greenglass, has cast doubt on her guilt. A new novel by Jillain Kantor joins this conversation with a sympathetic portrait of Ethel as a wife and mother.
A discussion with Abby Stein, a former ultra-Orthodox Jew, who is currently transitioning from male to female.
For five years, Linda K. Wertheimer crisscrossed the country observing and reporting on the teaching of religion in public school classrooms.
A recent conversation between feminist icons Anita Hill and Letty Cottin Pogrebin was curiously out of touch with the contemporary feminist agenda.
Jessamyn Hope’s debut novel is a story of love and redemption set against the backdrop of Jewish history spanning three continents and seven centuries.
Jewish LGBT poets Aurora Levins Morales and Lesléa Newman reconcile with and grieve their mothers through poetry.
When she was a teen, Judy Bolton-Fasman’s father wouldn’t let her read ‘Marjorie Morningstar.’ Now, as the book’s author Herman Wouk celebrates his 100th birthday, she thinks she’s figured out why.
Leslea Newman’s iconic picture book “Heather Has Two Mommies” had a simple beginning. 25 years later, it has become an icon of LGBT-themed literature.
Jehanne Dubrow’s new volume of poetry tells the story of her Honduran mother’s coerced marriage, subsequent divorce and the violence and trauma faced by women.
Judy Bolton-Fasman once considered herself the ‘poster girl’ for psychotropic medications but now wonders if her pills have become a crutch.