In this episode, the women of the Salon discuss Women of the Wall, gender discrimination in the Tech world, and anti-Semitism on college campuses.
This month’s episode of “The Salon” covers everything from “free-range parenting” to fighting for victims of sex-trafficking to freeing ourselves from our collective obsession with body image.
The new episode of The Salon covers everything from “Fifty Shades of Grey” to European anti-Semitism to secret sharing.
In a new episode of ‘The Salon,’ co-hosts Jane Eisner and Rachel Sklar discuss Sklar’s recently announced pregnancy and what it’s like to become a mom at 41.
On the new episode of The Jewish Channel series “The Salon,” co-hosts Forward editor-in-chief Jane Eisner and TheLi.st founder Rachel Sklar discuss some exciting news: Sklar’s recently announced pregnancy. In the clip, Sklar talks of the joys and challenges in being 41, single and pregnant.
In this clip from episode 27 of TJC’s The Salon, Dr. Ruth Westheimer answers your questions about sex, and makes a proposal to Lea Goldman, Features Director of Marie Claire magazine. Could we see Dr. Ruth on the magazine’s cover one day soon?
Forward editor Jane Eisner discusses the absence of women in American Jewish life, and her efforts to upend the status quo on The Jewish Channel’s ‘The Salon.’
The Salon celebrates its 15th episode this month, with panelists discussing New York City’s gender-segregated buses; the prospect that the ‘next Steve Jobs’ will be a woman, and Beverly Siegel’s documentary about the plight of Orthodox women ‘chained’ to unwanted marriages. Siegel, technology writer Joanna Stern, and communications strategist Jo-Ann Mort join the hosts, Forward Editor Jane Eisner and Mediaite.com’s Editor-at-Large Rachel Sklar:
The Sisterhood, of course, isn’t the only place where “Jewish women converse.” The blog also co-produces with Lilith magazine a Women’s Roundtable podcast. And Forward editor Jane Eisner co-hosts with Rachel Sklar The Salon, a Jewish Channel television show that brings together Jewish women with a wide range of perspectives.