by Sarah Blustain

What’s in a Bra? All of Jewish Women’s History, Perhaps

It all started for artist Stephanie Sakellaris with a dream of tefillin. They weren’t hard like the wooden boxes and leather straps men have traditionally worn, but soft, “like food,” she says. And when she awoke, “I saw my black bra there and knew what I had to do.”

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