This Day in Jewish History / American Jewish Feminists Call for Change

On this day in 1972, a group of women demanded equality from the American Conservative movement. Just a decade later, many of their goals were achieved.

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On March 14, 1972, a group of Jewish feminists calling themselves “Ezrat Nashim" presented a list of demands related to the status of women to the Rabbinical Assembly of the U.S. Conservative movement. The...