It’s been a big year for Jewish women. From Sheryl Sandberg to the Rabbinical Council of America, Sisterhood editor Sarah Breger examines five events that impacted women in 2015.
In a new podcast, Jenny Slate reads Lena Dunham’s “Erotic Male Jewish Comedian Fan Fiction.”
Israeli MK Miri Regev is using Facebook to find a match for her 34-year-old-advisor.
Following her press conference on gun violence in America, Amy Schumer continued to discuss the subject on Monday night’s appearance on ‘The Daily Show.’
At a dedication of a monument for slain journalists, Shirley Sotloff remembered the life and legacy of her son Steven.
Sheryl Sandberg, chief operating officer of Facebook, marked the “sheloshim” of her husband’s death with an emotional post on the social media site.
Rochelle Shoretz,founder of national cancer organization for young Jewish women facing breast and ovarian cancer, died Sunday at 42.
In interviews, Dr. Ruth Westheimer is using the Talmud as proof of her controversial view that “the idea of consent is nonsense. Except consent before they are naked in bed.”
Ethiopians have roiled Israel with protests over racism since a video depicted police beating a black IDF soldier. Sarah Breger asks a prominent academic expert about the specific barriers Ethiopian women face.
The web series “Shugs & Fats” follows the adventures of Shugufta and Fatima, “two Hijabis on a quest to reconcile their long held cultural beliefs with a new life in Brooklyn.”