Jewish Women's Archive
Jewish Women's Archive { News and Stories
Forward to a Friend | Donate | Jewish Women's Archive

February 2012

And the winnter of the Twersky Award is...

Allyson Mattanah The Jewish Women's Archive is delighted to announce that Allyson Mattanah, a teacher at the Kesher School of Congregation Beit Tikvah in Baltimore, has won the first Twersky Educator Award. The late David Twersky endowed the prize in memory of his wife Natalia, the mother of JWA's founder and Executive Director Gail T. Reimer. The award will be given to Mattanah at JWA’s annual luncheon in New York City in March.
Learn more »

Discover the treasures at JWA's new offices

one_harvard_street-150px.jpg In early January, JWA moved its offices to an historic building in Brookline Village. Since most of you may find it hard to drop in on us—although you are welcome any time—we thought it would be fun to give you a short “virtual tour” and show you a few of the treasures we brought with us to the new space.
Learn more »

Happy V-Day!

VDay That’s “V,” as in “Valentine,” but also as in “Vagina.” The brainchild of Eve Ensler, author of The Vagina Monologues, V-Day is a global movement to stop violence against women and girls. While we may not all celebrate Valentine’s Day—it is, after all, a saint’s day— V-Day is something we can all support.
Learn more »

Donate Now

Tell a Friend

Jewish Women's Archive: the world's leading source on Jewish women in North America.

Institute for Educators
Don't miss this unique, all expenses paid, opportunity to learn about the history of Jews and social justice. Apply by March 1st!
Learn more »

This Week in History
Publication of "The Feminine Mystique" by Betty Friedan; the book is credited with sparking the modern feminist movement.
Learn more »

Powered By Blackbaud Unsubscribe | Forward to a Friend | Visit our web site

One Harvard Street, Brookline, MA 02445 tel: (617) 232-2258 | fax: (617) 608-5945
Jewish Women's Archive © 2010 All rights reserved.