It’s Jewish Disability Awareness, Acceptance and Inclusion Month #JDAIM2020 so who better to talk to than Rabbi Lauren Tuchman, the first blind woman in the world to become a Rabbi? Rabbi Tuchman talks to us about inclusion, ally-ship and accommodation. Where is the Jewish community getting it right and where can we be doing better?
Rabbinical student Emily Holtzman talks with us about the joys and oys of rabbinical school: How do they choose which school to attend? What do they do all day? What happens when they have unique learning needs or health concerns? How do they get a date? If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to be a rabbinical student, this “tell all” episode is for you!
You’ve heard of “taking it to the street” but Rabbi Jill Zimmerman takes it to the Tweet! Join us as Rabbi Zimmerman talks to us about her online rabbinate, where she shares her passion for mindfulness from the perspective of Judaism, and Judaism from the perspective of mindfulness.
Rabbi Celia Surget joins Rabbi Marci Bellows and Rabbi Emma Gottlieb at the URJ Biennial! She tells us all about her experiences as a Jew growing up in Switzerland and as a rabbi in France and England. Together, we ponder the growing reality of antisemitism across continents. Plus, if you’ve ever wondered how to address a woman rabbi (or any rabbi) in French, this is the episode for you!
Rabbis Marci Bellows and Emma Gottlieb reunite with one another and with so many of their incredible female colleagues (and 5000 or so other Reform & Progressive Jews) at the URJ Biennial conference in Chicago, IL. Guest appearances by Rabbi Rachel Ackerman, Rabbi Amy Memis-Foler, Rabbi Ilyse Glickman, Rabbi Rachel Heaps, Rabbi Hannah Kingston, Rabbi Rachel Kort, Rabbi Leah Muhlstein, Rabbi Anne Persin, Rabbi Rena Rifkin, Rabbi-Cantor Raina Siroty, Rabbi Phyllis Summer and Rabbi Mara Young! (That's a lot of rabbis!)
Rabbi Zamore talks to us about the Women’s Rabbinic Network and about her recent publications, one of which is NOT a cookbook! Also featuring a mini-interview with rabbinical student Jessica Jacobs from JStreet!