by Sarah Blustain

What A Few Can Do

In a year when every vote counted, there were at least 800 new voters registered thanks to the living-room efforts of a handful of Jewish women in New York City. J-Vote was conceived by twenty-something Erika Katske and a few friends because of their “despair about all of the apathy we were seeing around us.”

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Jewish Women Take to the Streets

The articles in this special section:

Marching Against Moma

by Leslie Hollis

Protesting Dr. Laura’s Bias

by Sarah Blustain

Challenging Incumbents

by Sarah Blustain

What A Few Can Do

by Sarah Blustain

Sex Workers Unite!

by Sarah Blustain