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Informed predictions for the uncertain future • Farewell to shopping • Growing up Persian • Vivian Gornick & Melanie Kaye/Kantrowitz revisited • 1930s feminist fiction — in Yiddish! • Unetaneh Tokef for Black Lives

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Shopping: A Eulogy

Sarah Seltzer

The old way of buying clothes holds nostalgic appeal, despite its history of exploitation.

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Acting Like a Jewish Woman

Melanie Kaye/Kantrowitz

A germinal essay from Kaye/Kantrowitz, the late pioneering intersectional lesbian writer who told it straight.

ILLUSTRATIONS BY REBECCA KATZ

Vivian Gornick: “Writing is Feminism”

Alice Sparberg Alexiou

Why this recurring presence in American letters and feminist reporting is in the spotlight again.

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Quaranzines

Zines—highly personal and handmade— are a kind of feminist samizdat, self-published and with themes that can elude mainstream media. Here, results from Lilith’s quaranzine video season!

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Poem: “Playing Scrabble With God”

Julie Grass

A poem by Julie Grass
Comment by Alicia Ostriker

"IN SYNC" BY KATHY RUTTENBERG, KATHYRUTTENBERG.COM

Fiction: “Do Not Punish Us”

A 1930s short story by Chana Blankshteyn translated from Yiddish by Anita Norich.

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Who Shall Die…

Imani Romney-Rosa Chapman

Learning from—and reworking— the wrenching Unetaneh Tokef liturgy for Yom Kippur, this version honors Black lives lost.