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In this issue: The anti-Semitism underneath anti-abortion rhetoric–You may have more to lose than your right to choose. Chilean poet Marjorie Agosin on the evils for Latin American Jewish women face… New rituals to help you through divorce, miscarriage and more. Vanessa Ochs explores gender differences in Jewish learning, in Jerusalem.

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The Anti-choice Movement: Bad News For Jews

by Susan Weidman Schneider

What are the anti-Semitic roots of the current anti-abortion rhetoric? We may have more to lose than our right to choose.

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Marjorie Agosin: A Woman, A Jew and A Chilean

by Susan Schnur

The evils Latin American Jewish women confront are inexpressibly different from what scares or angers us in Los Angeles, Tulsa or New York. Agosin, a poet and scholar, tries to tell us about the demons her women face.

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On the Path To Power: Women Decode the Talmud in Their Own Style

by Vanessa Ochs

Women may learn and teach differently from men. Here’s how they do it when they study traditional Jewish texts in Jerusalem now--with a scholar whose name translates as “Queen Brain.”

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Into the Future with the Rituals From Our Past

by Susan Schnur

We’ve written about women changing ritual; now we learn how new rituals change the women who use them.

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T.V. Men: Wimps Or What

by Maria Stieglitz

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Beyond Belly Joy: Weddings For The Socially Responsible

by Shoshana Jedwab

For everyone who's ever wondered if Jewish weddings have to be "that way"… Shoshana Jedwab takes us "Beyond 'Belly Joy.' "

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