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In search of some post-election, pre-Thanksgiving meaning, host Nahanni Rous and JWA Executive Director Judith Rosenbaum explore that great American symbol, the Statue of Liberty—and the Jewish woman who gave her a voice.
On Halloween of 1968, a coven of witches in black robes and pointy hats hexed Wall Street. They called themselves WITCH–Women’s International Terrorist Conspiracy from Hell–but there was nothing violent about this guerrilla theater protest group.
This month, Can We Talk attends a Bat Mitzvah with Women of the Wall at the Western Wall in Jerusalem. The group has been fighting for women's right to read Torah at Judaism's holiest site for nearly three decades.
Host Nahanni Rous and JWA Executive Director Judith Rosenbaum report from the Democratic National Convention, as Hillary Clinton formally accepts her historic presidential nomination.
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.