If Emma Goldman Used Google

Tamar Fox over at My Jewish Learning discovered the new Search Story tool at YouTube that allows you to easily mimic Google’s renowned “Parisian Love Story commercial.” She saw the potential in this right away, and put together two videos, one about the history of the state of Israel and one about Jewish lifecycle events.

I decided to jump on the bandwagon and asked myself, what if radical activist Emma Goldman used Google?

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What other Jewish women’s “search stories” would you like to see? Send your ideas along, or make your own and share it with us!

Leah Berkenwald is the online communications specialist at the Jewish Women’s Archive, and a contributor to its Jewesses With Attitude blog, which cross-posts regularly with the Sisterhood.

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