Jewish women have a responsibility to show up in intersectional spaces and build a feminist movement grounded in love and shared values.
There is nothing wrong with CEOs being well paid if they are doing extraordinary work on behalf of their mission and constituencies. But Shifra Bronznick asks, what are these salaries actually based on?
In celebration of Jewish Book Month, The Arty Semite is partnering with the Jewish Education Service of North America (JESNA) and the Jewish Book Council to present “30 Days, 30 Texts,” a series of reflections by community leaders on the books that influenced their Jewish journeys. Today, Shifra Bronznick writes about “Preparing for the Sabbath” by Nessa Rapoport.
In the last two years, five of the most significant organizations in the Jewish community have elected a woman as president or chair, each for the first time in its history.This is not mere coincidence. It reflects the beginning of a historic change. Just five years ago, a study of 45 major American Jewish organizations found that more than half