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  • It’s the last episode of The Salon before our summer hiatus, Rachel Sklar’s first episode since having her baby girl(!), and there’s a whole lot to talk about. Let’s dig in!

    This episode features ACLU attorney Ariela Migdal, Jewish Women’s Archive (JWA) Executive Director Judith Rosenbaum, and angel investor and GothamGal.com blogger Joanne Wilson.

    Gender Discrimination in the Tech World

    When Ellen Pao lost her gender bias lawsuit against Silicon Valley venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers, was it a win for women in Tech? Joanne Wilson thinks so…

    Women of the Wall – Victory?

    At the prayer service held by Women of the Wall in April, for the first time in the group’s 25-year history, men passed the women a full-sized Torah over the barrier separating the men’s and women’s sections at the Western Wall. While the women danced and rejoiced with the Torah, ultra-Orthodox men stormed the women’s section and attacked Women of the Wall’s male supporters. Was this incident a victory, an unfortunate violent incident, something else? Judith Rosenbaum, who has prayed with Women of the Wall since its inception in 1990, shares her take.

    How Much Anti-Semitism is There on College Campuses Really?

    Recent incidents of anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism on college campuses have many concerned, but how big of a problem is this really? Is there a link between anti-Semitic harassment and sexual harassment? Jane Eisner questions the extent of the problem, but Ariela Migdal wonders if numbers are beside the point…

    Is Where You Sit on an Airplane a Religious Issue?

    It’s a well-known phenomenon among those who travel regularly to Israel, and a recent New York Times article got a broader swath of people buzzing about it: ultra-Orthodox men on airplanes, claiming the religious obligation of modesty, sometimes ask women to change seats so they won’t have to sit next to someone of the opposite sex. Is this a religious issue or a matter of common courtesy? Our panelists discuss…





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