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    • Zev Davis
    • 10.02.12 | 09:02 (IST)

    who don't show enough respect for women, but if it is true that Jewish Federations, in a large part by Conservative, Reform, and Secularist Jews, and for some reason the "men" who lead them are not giving the women in those organizations an equal role. Why? Is it some ancient law that "men know better". Why is it that pious Haredim who misinterpret what their rabbis tell them, or Yeshiva dropouts who have nothing better to do but be rowdy on the streets get all the media attention, and the otherwise respectable Secular men who maintain what has been call the "glass ceiling" that prevents women from advancing too far. Why is it that a woman either has to gain a rep, like Pnina, or a rich daddy, like Sherrie, or have a name like Stauss to get what she deserves?!

    from the article: Too few women lead major U.S. Jewish Federations, MK says
    First published 03:31 10.02.12 | Last updated 03:31 10.02.12
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