This day in Jewish history / Jewish Theological Seminary admits women rabbis
A leading Conservative rabbi appointed a committee to discuss women's ordination 1977, but it took another six years until the decision was made to admit them to rabbinical school.
On October 24, 1983, the faculty senate of the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York voted to admit women to the rabbinical school there.
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