Orthodox Feminists Slowly Breaking Glass Ceiling in Their Conservative Community

Twenty years after a group of like-minded women first gathered to discuss Orthodoxy and feminism, their movement has made tremendous advances such as serving pulpit rabbis. But activist Blu Greenberg says big battles still remain.

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NEW YORK – The past two decades have witnessed a small revolution in the religious leadership roles being taken by Orthodox Jewish women. It is an arc easily traced back to when Blu Greenberg and a small group...