Can We Talk?

Each month on Can We Talk?, the Jewish Women’s Archive features stories and conversations about Jewish women and the issues that shape our public and private lives. Alternating between a documentary style and a roundtable format, Can We Talk? includes profiles of historical and contemporary Jewish women, frank discussion of culture, politics, and current events, and little-known stories from our past and present. Contact us at podcasts@jwa.org. Tell us what you think of the podcast! Take our survey at https://jwa.org/podcastsurvey.

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Episode 6: JWA at the DNC


Host Nahanni Rous and JWA Executive Director Judith Rosenbaum report from the Democratic National Convention, as Hillary Clinton formally accepts her historic presidential nomination.


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 2016-07-29  13m
 
 
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 2016-07-29  13m
 
 

Episode 5: “Jewish Hair”


With summer around the corner and a lot of frizz in the air, we explore curly, wavy, frizzy hair and its deeper significance for Jewish women.


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 2016-06-16  16m
 
 
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 2016-06-16  16m
 
 

Episode 4: Mothering


In this Mother’s Day episode, we celebrate the many forms motherhood can take, and look at what it means to wholeheartedly step into the role.


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 2016-05-04  14m
 
 
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 2016-05-04  14m
 
 

Episode 3: People of the Cookbook


“Every cuisine tells a story,” writes cookbook author Claudia Roden in the Book of Jewish Food. In this Passover edition, Claudia Roden talks about Passover cooking, her childhood in Egypt, and the history of Jewish cuisines around the world.


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 2016-04-05  14m
 
 
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 2016-04-05  14m
 
 

Episode 2: Body of Knowledge


Forty-five years ago a group of women in the Boston area published Our Bodies Ourselves—a groundbreaking book that put forward the radical notion that women should get to know their bodies and take charge of their health and sexuality.


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 2016-02-29  16m
 
 
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 2016-02-29  16m