Blu Greenberg, Statement [from the first National Jewish Women’s Conference], Jewish Women and the Feminist Revolution (Jewish Women's Archive).
"Feminism was an entry point for many women into Judaism and not an exit as other modern social movements had been." [from]

Suggested Discussion Questions:

1. What does it mean to be a "Jewish feminist?"

2. How do you interpret Greenberg's statement? What is its foundation in modern history?

Time Period: Contemporary (The Yom Kippur War until the present-day)