Join JWA for an engaging virtual course with scholars of Jewish women’s history and delve into the lives, challenges, choices and innovations of American Jewish women who changed our story.
In these four sessions, we will examine the leadership and lessons of Jewish women—from outspoken activists to savvy housewives—whose creativity in tumultuous times ushered in a new, modern world. With JWA scholars Carole Balin, Karla Goldman, Rebecca Kobrin and Judith Rosenbaum.
Classes are June 4, June 11, June 18 and June 25.
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