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It used to be that only men could say Kaddish for their family members, and because women were not counted in a minyan (the ten people who need to come together to say public prayers like the Kaddish), they also were not allowed to say the Kaddish for their loved ones....... More

For The Educator, a note from the songwriter: Though this song contains no Hebrew, the tension it presents is a part of our history and our present....... More

Jewish tradition is filled with rituals that help us mark moments of joy and sorrow....... More

Do women in your community wear tefillin and tallit when they pray? Do you? For many, the relationship between gender and ritual garb is still evolving, as Jews consider their personal and communal associations with these objects and practices....... More

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