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

Who will stand now, if not for me? Who will rise now and march now and sing a song of freedom's call now? Who, if not for me?

Stacey Zisook Robinson
Back of a womans head as she gazes at the Washington Monument

God Who Blessed our Mothers, we ask Your blessing now on women and men, parents and grandparents, children, and grandchildren as they prepare for tomorrow’s March for Women’s Rights in Washington.

Rabbi David Wirtschafter
U.S. Capitol

Today is a momentous day. Whichever candidate we voted for in the election, today marks the beginning of a new period in our shared history.

Rabbi Jonah Dov Pesner
Stately building at Stanford University

College should be a safe space of learning and growing, not a place for persistent predatory behavior. Colleges do too little to prevent assaults from happening or to support the victims after a crime occurs.

Taylor Onderko
Signs requiring women to dress modestly written in both English and Hebrew in Beit Shemesh

In representing the brave religious women of Beit Shemesh, we did a lot more than remove modesty signs from their town. We now have a legal precedent that can expedite the removal of similar signs anywhere in Israel.

Anat Hoffman
Keep abortion legal sign

With the 44th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision approaching, let’s turn to a page in history that led to legal abortion.

Rabbi Dennis S. Ross
Silhouettes of four women against the sunset

My daughter Eleanor is fierce, feisty, and independent – and I want her to stay that way. I want her and her brother, Julian, to always have strong female role models in their lives and to know that women can be powerful actors.

Rabbi Jordana Chernow-Reader

Inspired by Kwanzaa, a festival celebrated by many African Americans in which each day of the holiday (from December 26 – January 1) is dedicated to a different core principle, my family and I dedi

Amy Soule
Nosanchuk Kotel

At the ancient Temple, our rabbis warned us about unchecked hatred. Recently at this very site, I shoved and pushed to protect others from such hate.

Rabbi Robert A. Nosanchuk

The end is near. When we wake up on November 9th, it will be over. And what happens then? We get up and go to work.

Rabbi Jonah Dov Pesner

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