The archive will release over 180 new entries, many on queer women and women of color.
Meyer Blinken wrote about the insidious effects of poverty and was one of the few male Yiddish writers to ever write about women’s sexuality.
Organizers say the group is uniquely positioned to welcome disengaged voters into the expanding tent of political organizing.
When Jessica Yellin received word that the nation’s top infectious disease expert, Dr. Anthony S. Fauci had agreed to appear on her Instagram program, “News Not Noise,” she wasn’t inclined to believe it.
Gender disparities in medicine—research, access and delivery—put women at risk for misdiagnoses, ineffective treatments and compromised care.
Organizers advertised the all-male panel with the tagline “It’s like The View, without all the whining.”
At 90, Gert Levitan decided it was time to tell the unlikely love story of her parents, and how a beloved Yiddish daily played matchmaker.
She highlighted both women’s commitment to Israel.
Sigal Bar On talks about her experience running her family’s business while balancing a healthy home and business life.
In the upcoming Israeli election, the religious freedom of women will be on the ballot.