Rabbis, Rebels and Supreme Court Justices: How Jewish Women Shaped Modern America

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Date(s) - Thursday, May 27, 2021
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

 


with Prof. Joyce Antler, Brandeis University
As activists and rebels, lawyers and judges, rabbis, writers and more, Jewish women influenced many of the key political events and social movements of our time–suffrage, peace, civil liberties, civil rights, labor rights, and women’s rights. Presenting the challenges and achievements of many of these remarkable women, the talk reveals the groundbreaking role of Jewish women in shaping our society.
This event is co-sponsored by
Beth El Sisterhood, East Brunswick, NJ
Columbia Jewish Congregation, Columbia, MD
Congregation Beth Israel, West Hartford, CT
Congregation Torat El, Oakhurst, NJ
Highland Park Conservative Temple, Highland Park, NJ
Houston Congregation for Reform Judaism, Houston, TX
Temple Beth Shalom, Manalapan, NJ
The Emanuel Synagogue, West Hartford, CT

Rabbis, Rebels, and Supreme Court Justices: How Jewish Women Shaped Modern America