She called herself a ‘nasi’ - a communal leader - in the 16th century Ottoman Empire.
Bruriah is one of the very few female names recorded in the Talmud.
Her marriage contract forbade her husband from preoccupying her with domestic work, so she could devote herself fully to Torah study.
She managed to serve time in the Tower of London, and then return to running a fabulously successful business.
Sara Atkins talks about how her Judaism, and the Lubavitcher Rebbe, inspire her activism.
Jews, Muslims, Mormons and Baptists gathered to talk about the challenges of being single in marriage-obsessed communities.
Rather than an iteration of Nazi Germany, the separation of immigrant children from their parents is another contemporary echo of America’s crimes.
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