The Reform Movement Is Struggling With Gender Equity, Says First Female Leader Of CCAR

Iowe a major part of my Jewish identity to the generations of strong, rebellious women in my family. From a young age, I was guided to Jewish feminism by my grandmother Augusta and my great-grandmother Lina, who never accepted the limitations placed on them as women. Lina ran away from an arranged marriage in Europe and came to New York at 16, where she became a supporter of Eugene V. Debs and a follower of Margaret Sanger.

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