Feminism In Faith: Four Women Who Are Revolutionizing Organized Religion
The first publicly ordained Orthodox Jewish female rabbi; an attorney leading the campaign to ordain Mormon women; a nun whose career was threatened for daring to question the Virgin Mary as a symbol of subservience; a Muslim journalist whose organization is re-translating the Qur'an's most controversial verse. Bringing change to institutions entrenched in centuries of tradition takes a very specific kind of fighting spirit.
Feminism In Faith: Sara Hurwitz's Road To Becoming The First Publicly Ordained Orthodox Jewish Rabba
How do you follow a historic achievement that was called a "radical and dangerous departure from Jewish tradition"? By starting a school to help train the first generation of female Orthodox Jewish clergy in the hopes they can do the same.