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This month we’re talking about An American Pickle, and for our second segment we’re talking about politics in shul. How and how much, if at all, should politics show up in our prayer communities? Endorsements Mimi endorses Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell, and Tinyletter.com/Pome, and Things to Do In the Belly of the Whale […] The post An American …
 
This month we’re talking about creative ways different jewish communities are and should celebrate the High Holidays, with the spectre of covid-19 making many traditional services too dangerous. And for our second segment we’re talking about our favorite representations of Judaism on TV. Endorsements Mimi endorses Campfires and Color Wars Jewish Ge…
 
This month we’re talking about the Resource Generation with Kate Poole and Jessica Rosenberg for our first segment. And for our second segment we’re talking about different sources around giving tzedakah as we think about our own giving philosophies. Resource Generation Resource Generation describes itself as “a multiracial membership community of …
 
This month we’re talking to Tema Smith about the current Black Lives Matter protests, and how the Jewish community has been and should be working for racial justice. And for our second segment we’re talking with Nissa Mai-Rose about a recent uproar around determining how many Jewish people are also People of Color. Tema Smith […] The post Black Liv…
 
This month we’re talking to Philissa Cramer, the new editor in chief of JTA. For our second segment we’re talking about a short film called Broken Bird. Show Notes JTA JTA.org Broken Bird Broken Bird is a moving coming of age film about a black jewish teen by Ariella Kaplan in alma Rachel Harrison Gordon […] The post Philissa Cramer & Broken Bird a…
 
On this bonus mini episode, we discuss how the Coronavirus has affected us personally. We also chat about our plans for Pesach in light of social distancing and Zoom Seders. The post Bonus Episode: Coronavirus & Judaism appeared first on Jewish Public Media.Jewish Public Media による
 
This month we’re talking to Hila Ratzabi, a writer and editor based in Israel, about Etty Hillesum, a Jewish writer, academic and diarist who lived in Amsterdam during World War II, and was killed in a concentration camp. For our second segment we’re talking about cleaning for Passover. So for our first topic we’re joined […] The post Hila Ratzabi …
 
This month we talked to Rabbanit Dasi Fruchter, the leader of a new Modern Orthodox shul in Philadelphia called The South Philadelphia Shtiebel. And for our second topic we’re talking about Debbie Friedman, her impact on Jewish music, and on us personally, on the occasion of her ninth yahrzeit. Dasi Fruchter South Philly’s historic Jewish […] The p…
 
This month our first topic is Beyond the Pale, a recent episode of the TV show Finding Your Roots. And for our second topic, we’re talking about our favorite verses from tanakh and Jewish aphorisms. Beyond the Pale Finding Your Roots with Henry Louis Gates Jr is show on PBS in which various celebrities learn […] The post Beyond the Pale and Favorit…
 
This month our first topic is Honeycake, a new Jewish magazine for kids. And for our second segment we are taking about God. Why isn’t God the topic of more Jewish conversation? And how do we talk about God in our Jewish communities? Endorsements Zahava endorses the poem “Questions About Angels,” by Billy Collins. Mimi […] The post Honeycake Magazi…
 
This month our first topic is Covered Up, a documentary about wearing a wig by director Rachel Elitzur. For our second segment we’re talking about a recent episode of This American Life that featured a segment about the Chabad community in Crown Heights in a not so flattering way. Covered Up Covered Up trailer: The […] The post Talking in Shul Ep. …
 
This month our first topic is The Spy, a new show starring Sacha Baron Cohen on Netflix. And our second topic is Psalms, or tehillim. How do we approach this mainstay of women’s prayer? Further reading The Spy The real story behind ‘The Spy,’ Sacha Baron Cohen’s new Netflix series by Josefin Dolsten in JTAThe […] The post The Spy and Psalms appeare…
 
This month our first topic is apologies. We’re joined by Miriam Steinberg-Egeth, a Jewish advice columnist in Philadelphia to discuss what makes a good apology? What makes a bad apology? As we approach the High Holidays, how are we reflecting on the public and private apologies we want to make and are seeing around us? […] The post Apologies and Go…
 
This month our first topic is the rabbinic pipeline. We’re talking to Rabbi Leora Kling-Perkins about her experiences going through the process to get a job as a pulpit rabbi, and about our own experiences being on the other end of the rabbi search process. For our second segment we’re going to be talking about […] The post The Rabbinic Pipeline an…
 
This month on the podcast, we talk to Shoshanna Keats Jaskoll of Chochmat Nashim about the erasure of women in many Jewish publications, a worsening trend. Then, in our second segment, we discuss the influence of megadonors on the Jewish world in the wake of Michael Steinhardt’s #metoo scandal. Endorsements: Mimi endorses Uprooted: A Jewish Communa…
 
This month on the podcast we’re talking about Jewish burial and tahara, and how that intersects with questions about gender with Emily Fishman. For our second segment, we’re talking about timebound commandments and how they stress us out. Further readings Jewish burial Taharah & Gender by Emily Fishman (EmFish) in the Jewish Journal The post Gender…
 
This month on the podcast Zahava is back from maternity leave, and we’re talking about what it means to “look Jewish” from Jewish noses to Jewish hair and more. For our second segment we’re talking about being burnt out in your Jewish life. Further readings Looking Jewish Your Straight Hair Doesn’t Equal Strength by Esther […] The post Looking Jewi…
 
This month on the podcast Rabbi Annie Lewis is joining us to talk about the Israeli TV show Shtisel, which is now available on Netflix, and making decisions about gender for Jewish baby namings and bar/bat/bnei? mitzvah celebrations. Further readings Shtisel TV show ‘Shtisel’ subtly changes ultra-Orthodox perceptions by Jessica Steinberg in the Tim…
 
This month on the podcast Yael Kalman is joining us to talk about Chanukkah books for kids. For our second topic, we’re discussing the Forward’s list of “Sexiest Jewish intellectuals Alive (and one Dead).” Plus, endorsements, and a special round of endorsements in honor of Zahava, who couldn’t join us for the recording this week. Further […] The po…
 
This month on the podcast we’re talking with Rebecca Kirzner the HIAS Campaigns Director of Community Engagement, about the work HIAS does and how it has been dealing with the wake of the shooting at Tree of Life synagogue. We also talked about how synagogues can and should deal with security, and about the play Observance, […] The post HIAS, Synag…
 
This month on the podcast we’re talking about the High Holiday season. We’re just off a solid month of holidays, and we thought it might be a good time to reflect on what makes the chagim, or holidays, successful and/or meaningful to us. And we’re talking about the matriarchs. How do we feel about the […] The post High Holiday Recap and the Matriar…
 
This month on the podcast we’re talking about #MeToo in the Jewish world and about Spike Lee’s new film, Blackkklansmen, which follows a black detective in Colorado Springs as he and a Jewish colleague infiltrate the local chapter of the KKK. Further reading #MeToo in the Jewish community My personal and professional reckoning with Steven […] The p…
 
This month on the podcast we’re talking about the Ashkenazi Jewish food renaissance with Liz Alpern, entrepreneur and co-founder of the Gefilteria, and co-author of the Gefilte Manifesto. And for our second segment we’re talking about the new film Neshikot B’Ivrit, or Hebrew Kisses, by filmmaker Manya Lozovskaya. Further reading Ashkenazi Jewish fo…
 
This month on the podcast we’re talking about a now infamous op-ed in the Washington Post, “I am tired of being a Jewish man’s rebellion” by Carey Purcell, and the resulting backlash. And for our second segment we’re talking about the new film Disobedience, based on the novel by Naomi Alderman, and starring Rachel Weisz and […] The post A Jewish Ma…
 
This month on the podcast we each read a different book about someone leaving Orthodoxy, and we’re going to discuss the themes and reactions that came up for all of us. In our second segment we’re going to discuss the recent blowup around Women’s March leaders Tamika Mallory and Carmen Perez and their support of […] The post Memoirs About Leaving O…
 
This month on the podcast we’re talking about Jewish music, about prayer, and about what happens when these things come together. These three interrelated topics are an amalgam of various conversations we’ve been wanting to have with one another, spurred in part by renewed discussions about Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach, famed composer of many Jewish litu…
 
This month on the podcast we got a request from a listener to discuss the graphic novel Unterzakhn by Leela Corman. For our second segment we’ll be discussing the recent triple wedding in New York of couples who couldn’t or wouldn’t get married in Israel under the rabbinate. Further reading Unterzakhn Buy Unterzakhn by Leela […] The post Unterzakhn…
 
This month on the podcast we’re talking about the Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, a new show on Amazon Prime, and we’re talking about what it’s like to be Jewish during the (secular) holiday season. Further reading The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Is the Ultimate ‘Winning the Breakup’ Fantasy by Anna Silman in The […] The post The Marvelo…
 
This month on the podcast we’re talking about awesome historical Jewish women that we didn’t learn about when we were kids. And we’re going to talk about Jewish rituals that we wish existed, and ones we could do without. Further reading Awesome Jewish women in history Take the Prominent Jewish Women in History quiz from […] The post Awesome Histori…
 
This month on the podcast we’re talking about If All the Seas Were Ink by Ilana Kurshan, and we’ll be speaking with Ilana. And for our second segment we’re talking about how parenting can/should change your Jewish practice. Further reading If All the Seas Were Ink Ilana recommends the Dafyomi4women podcast, as well as A […] The post If All the Seas…
 
This month on the podcast we’re talking about Menashe, a new film about a single Hasidic father in Brooklyn, shot entirely in Yiddish. And for our second segment we’ll be talking about Biblical fiction–from The Red Tent to…everything else. Have these books helped or changed our thinking or understanding of the Bible? Further reading Menashe […] The…
 
This month on the podcast we’re talking mixed seating on El Al flights to and from Israel. The Israeli Supreme Court has ruled that El Al employees cannot ask women to move in order to please Haredi men. And for our second segment we’ll be talking about older adults in the Jewish community–how is the […] The post Mixed seating on El Al, and Jewish …
 
This month on the podcast we’re talking about the choice to be childfree, with writer Chanel Dubofsky. In our second segment we’re talking about the film Band Aid with the film’s director and co-star Zoe Lister-Jones. Further reading Choosing to be Childfree No Kids, No Regrets by Esti Ahronovitz in Haaretz An Open Letter to […] The post Choosing t…
 
This month on the podcast we’re talking about Jewish weddings–how can/should we create Jewish wedding rituals that are interesting, relevant, and/or feminist? And for our second segment we’re talking about a divisive piece in Jewish Currents called, A Taxonomy of Stupid Shit the Jewish Establishment Says to Millennials by David A.M. Wilenksy and Ga…
 
This month on the podcast we're talking about Rabbi Wolff, a documentary about a German/British Reform rabbi, and then we'll be sharing some of our favorite insights from the haggadah. The post Rabbi Wolff, and Feminism at the Seder appeared first on Jewish Public Media.Jewish Public Media による
 
This month on the podcast we’re talking about the bomb threats to JCCs, and Queen Esther beauty pageants–a fascinating, inclusive and problematic chapter in Zionist history. Further reading JCC Bomb threats Bomb Threats to Jewish Community Centers and Organizations By Ken Schwencke and Al Shaw, for ProPublica All 100 senators urge swift action to s…
 
This month on the podcast we’re talking about the documentary There are Jews here, by filmmaker Brad Lichtenstein, and the recent Executive Order banning people from seven countries from coming into the US. Further reading There Are Jews Here There Are Jews Here film website Trailer Room for Jews by Jesse Bernstein in Tablet More […] The post There…
 
This week on the podcast we’re talking about Jerusalem (the exhibit at the Met, and the City), and sufganiyot. Further reading Jerusalem Jerusalem: 1000-1400 Every People Under Heaven at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the audio guide Christian Monks Square Off at One of Jerusalem’s Holiest Sites by Nina Strochlic at The Daily Beast Armenian and [……
 
This week on the podcast we're talking about what it's like to be a female rabbi, and what it's like to be a rebbetzin. For our first segment we have a guest, Rabbi Aviva, who is the rabbi of a Conservative congregation on the East Coast. For our second segment we have Beth, who was a rebbetzin for 8 years in Chicago. The post Rabbis and Rebbetzins…
 
This week on the podcast we're talking about Yizkor, the memorial prayer that's said on Yom Kippur, and about what it's really like to be a single Jewish woman looking for a partner. For the second segment we'll be joined by Deena, a single Jewish woman in New York who will give us some real talk. The post Saying Yizkor, and Being a Single Jewish L…
 
This week on the podcast we're talking about the new podcast Kaddish: The Podcast, and for that segment we'll be joined by creator and producer Ariana Katz, and for our second segment we'll be talking about the new movie Indignation. The post Kaddish: The Podcast, and Indignation appeared first on Jewish Public Media.…
 
This week on the podcast we're talking about the new webseries about Orthodox dating, Soon By You, and for that segment we'll be joined by creator and actress Leah Gottfried, and for our second segment we'll be talking about the Jewish take on policing with Rabbi Jill Jacobs, executive director of T'ruah. The post Soon By You, and Jewish Responses …
 
This week on the podcast we're talking about synagogue fundraising, and about a Modern Orthodox shul's visit to a gay bar after the massacre in an Orlando gay bar. The post Shul Fundraising & an Orthodox Community Visits a Gay Bar appeared first on Jewish Public Media.Talking in Shul による
 
This week on the podcast we’re talking about non-Ashkenazi Judaism with Sigal Samuel, Opinion editor of the Forward, and about the great Kitniyot debate. This year the Conservative movement released a responsum permitting Ashkenazi Jews to do what non-Ashkenazi Jews have been doing for centuries: eat rice, beans, and other legumes on Passover. Furt…
 
This week on the podcast we're talking about White Walls: A memoir about motherhood, daughter, and the mess in between by Judy Batalion. And for our second topic we're doing a mini-seder, sharing some questions and answers about things from the seder. The post White Walls by Judy Batalion, and a Mini-Seder appeared first on Jewish Public Media.…
 
This month on the podcast we’re talking about Judaism and the presidental election. Bernie Sanders, the first serious Jewish candidate for President of the United States, is seen by some as not Jewish enough, while Donald Trump eschews the usual Republican stances on Israel, and is seen by some as fascistic and anti-Semitic. In our […] The post Ber…
 
This month on the podcast we talked about the The Shul/Church Project, an art project by Zoe Cohen. In our second segment, we spoke about the women of the wall. Their new compromise, and what it means for women who pray in Jerusalem. The post The Shul/Church Project and Women of the Wall appeared first on Jewish Public Media.…
 
This month on the podcast we're talking about Marc Gafni, Barry Freundel, and the sexual misdeeds of rabbis. How can our communities appropriately respond to sexual predators, and how can we prevent them from getting positions of power in the first place? In our second segment, we'll be talking about something much lighter--Jewish viral videos. The…
 
This month on Talking in Shul we're talking about Holocaust comparisons--are they ever okay? If so, when? If not, why not? And we're talking about the story of Judith, a complex Hanukkah heroine. The post Holocaust Comparisons and the Story of Judith appeared first on Jewish Public Media.Talking in Shul による
 
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