The first American Jewish women’s magazine was founded in 1895 — by a rabbi’s wife in St. Louis.
The magazine caught flak in January for pixelating an image of a Holocaust survivor because of a ban on publishing images of women.
The offensive image showed a woman in a headscarf holding a bundled child, walking behind a nun.
For Senator Tom Cotton, a leading voice in the conservative wing of the Republican Party, it took until college to meet his first Jewish friend. He grew up in rural Arkansas and only at Harvard did he encounter fellow Jewish students.
From Hamodia to Mishpacha, these editors run some of the most successful Haredi publications around. But will they publish a picture of Hillary Rodham Clinton is she becomes president? That’s a tough one.