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Special Projects | Jewish Women’s Learning Consultation

Over the past fifteen years, The Covenant Foundation has funded an array of programs which create and support innovative Jewish educational experiences for women and girls. Helping launch and grow these programs has enriched the Foundation's understanding of the field, where it has been and where it might be heading. To further enrich that understanding, on October 9, 2007, the Foundation brought together representatives from the organizations it has funded, as well as other leaders in the field of gender and Judaism, for a conversation about Jewish women's learning and learning about Jewish women. This "Tabling Notions Conversation" sought to engage this exciting group of over thirty thought leaders in a discussion about the work of their organizations; their shared goals, insights, achievements and frustrations; and their visions for the future of Judaism and Jewish education.

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Rare Finds

Feb 12, 2015

New Technology Enhances Depth of African-American Oral History Project

Drawing on a wealth of oral interviews collected by activist and politician Julian Bond and historian Phyllis Leffler, Black Leaders on Leadership examines the lives of prominent...[More]
Dec 4, 2014

Generations & Re-Generation: Engagement and Fidelity in 21st Century American Jewish Life

In September, 2014, B3/The Jewish Boomer Platform released a survey entitled Generations & Re-Generation: Engagement and Fidelity in 21 st Century American Jewish Life . B3’s goal was...[More]