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Can Women Have it All? Poverty in East Jerusalem

Downhill: A new report suggests that the economic downturn has hit East Jerusalem particularly hard and that residents there are struggling to make ends meet. Image by wikicommons

In this week’s podcast, host Naomi Zeveloff talks with editor-in-chief Jane Eisner and contributor Elissa Strauss about a recent discussion about how women can manage work and family life. Then, Ben Lynfield calls in from Jerusalem to discuss why East Jerusalem is in an economic tailspin and how it is affecting residents there.

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