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Smiling women of all ages and ethnicities wearing brightly colored clothing and standing in a line against a white brick wall

In 1980, President Jimmy Carter issued a Presidential Proclamation recognizing one week in March as National Women’s History Week.

Maya Weinstein
Closeup of a belly dancers stomach adorned with silk and jewels

I remember when he crooned,
Come, dance for me!
And I would,
just for him.

Stacey Zisook Robinson
Black and white image of marchers holding a sign that reads WOMEN OF THE WORLD UNITE

Today is International Women’s Day, a day to celebrate the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women and also to commit to

Kate Bigam
Two girls jumping in the air on the beach

In the fourth grade, I told my town’s then-mayor about my plans for when I grew up: “I want to be chief justice of the Supreme Court of the United States.

Zoe Terner
Little girl from behind wearing superhero cape

Long ago in Persia, before tweets and 24-hour news cycles, a royal vizier named Haman had the ear of King Achashverosh, a foolish and malleable man.

Deborah Rood Goldman
woman sitting on floor with arms around her knees and her head down

Throughout my life, I always have looked to other women as examples of strength.

Maya Weinstein
Asian woman in a pink knit hat wearing a button that reads MARCH PROUDLY

On Saturday, January 21st, Reform Jews joined marches for women's rights in all 50 states & cities around the world.

Kate Bigam
Womens March protesters carrying a sign for the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism

On Saturday, January 21, we astonished ourselves. Millions of women and supporters around the globe turned out to demonstrate peacefully for human rights and against hate.

Rabbi Ruth Adar
US Supreme Court building on a sunny day

Sunday marked 44 years since the Supreme Court ruled in Roe v.

Maya Weinstein
Women of varying races from the back linking arms and marching in solidarity

Who would have strength
to stand, truth to power -
a tightrope walk
against the wind,
with no net below
except for the hand of God?

Stacey Zisook Robinson

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