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When Feminism and Zionism Meet

We’ve come a long way as women. We’ve fought endlessly for our rights. We’re strong, we’re capable, and we deserve to showcase that. Calling ourselves feminists and activists means understanding that we have no right to discriminate against other minorities. Intersectionality is a beautiful concept; it screams, “I am hurt,...

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Marginalizing Womanhood and Judaism on Campus

In 1851, Sojourner Truth—abolitionist, feminist and former slave—delivered her pivotal speech titled “Ain’t I a Woman?” at the Women’s Rights Convention in Akron, Ohio. She shared her strife, her struggle and her ever-growing frustration with society and government alike. Just released from the oppressive grasp of slavery, she sought to...

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