Birthright for moms: Reconnecting with Judaism
Got small kids? You become eligible for the Jewish Women’s Renaissance Project, which is more about religion than Israel.
It’s yet another big bus full of high-energy English-speakers grinding to a halt in the Masada parking lot. From afar − in shorts and tank tops, the signature baseball caps perched on their heads − they seem to blend in easily with the college-age Taglit-Birthrighters lining up for tickets at this storied site.