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.
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...
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