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In this issue: The Triangle Fire in Trina Robbins’s iconic comic-strip style. Judith Plaskow and Annette Daum discuss Christian feminist anti-Semitism. Two sisters in mourning try find a welcoming congregation; they want to say kaddish for their mother. How Jewish funeral prayers can get better for women.  Inserting herstory into the Jewish Studies curriculum. What Jewish women want by the year 2000.

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Prophecy or Paranoia?

by Rochelle Saidel Wolk

The subject we’ve been avoiding: it doesn’t only happen in France.

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Blaming Jews for Inventing Patriarchy

by Judith Plaskow

Christian feminist anti-Semitism--women fall back on an ancient scapegoat.

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Blaming Jews for the Death of the Goddess

by Annette Daum

Some recent feminist spiritual writing reveals old biases in new books.

Feminists and Faith

Lilith interviews Judith Plaskow and Annette Daum. A dialogue at the brink of the abyss—feminist religious thinkers Plaskow and Daum ask if man-made religions should be salvaged by and for women. And do Jewish and Christian feminists have anything to say to each other?

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How To Get What We Want by the Year 2000

A cross-section of Jewish feminist activists dream a different future, and chart the course toward it.

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Reclaiming Jewish Herstory

by Maxine S. Seller

Up from the footnotes.

The Triangle Fire

by Trina Robbins

Retold in comic-strip form by Trina Robbins

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Feminist Mourning

by Greta Weiner

Reclaiming a ritual

  • The Mourning Minyan by Greta Weiner
  • Over My Dead Body... by Sibyl Cohen
  • The Kaddish by Martha H. Freedman
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Ruth Kluger 1906-1980

by Peggy Mann

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In Memoriam: Ethel Rosenberg

poetry by Louise Bernikow

Ethel Rosenberg

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