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Period Poverty: Closer to Home Than You Think

Tomorrow, October 19, marks the first National Period Day. Created by PERIOD: The Menstrual Movement, National Period Day is a day to break the stigma around menstruation and elevate the issue of period poverty. Period poverty occurs when a person is...

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Labor Rights for Labor Day

By Natasha Mayer For all of human history, women have worked. Whether they worked on the family farm, in a factory during World War II, or in an office today, women have always been contributing to the economy and the workforce. Women have also been on the...

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A Conference with a Conscience

By Rachel Siegel I recently attended the JRPO Network’s conference for Jewish communal professionals in Detroit, Michigan. Over the course of three days I had the opportunity to reset personally and professionally, meet and reconnect with leaders in the...

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On Our Calendar

The Convening 2019

THE CONVENING 2019 SEPTEMBER 17, 20198:30am-5:30pmMuseum of Jewish Heritage -A Living Memorial to the HolocaustNew York City Featured Speakers: Caryn Seidman Becker, Chairman and CEO of CLEAR Liz Elting, Entrepreneur and Philanthropist Rachel Fishman...