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  • The Salon Ep. 23: Airing March 3 – May 3, 2013

    Why were a group of women detained at the Kotel in February? One of them shares her story on this episode of The Salon. Plus, fifty years since the publication of Betty Friedan’s The Feminine Mystique, what has changed for women and what hasn’t? When it comes to fostering Jewish identity, is universal preschool education the answer? And in the aftermath of Purim, who’s your favorite queen, Esther or Vashti?

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    Watch the complete episode of The Salon 23:

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    Clip: On Universal, Jewish Pre-School Education

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    Featuring Rabbi Robyn Fryer Bodzin, Senior Rabbi of the Israel Center of Conservative Judaism; Jordana Horn, Contributing Editor at Kveller.com and Op-Ed Columnist for The Forward; and Esther Goodhart, “the Oriental beauty with the yiddishe kop,” a comedian and Hebrew educator.

    The Salon is hosted by Jane Eisner, Editor-in-Chief of The Forward, with co-host Rachel Sklar, Founder of Change The Ratio.
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    Clip: Esther v. Vashti

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    Clip: Why Was this Rabbi Arrested at the Kotel?

    Return to The Salon homepage.





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