As I posted previously, for my Senior Keystone project, I will be interviewing Jewish women in New York City to discuss feminism, Judaism, and the intersection of the two…an idea inspired by the thoughts I have generated on this blog.
Readers, I need your help!
Are you a Jewish woman/girl living in NYC between the ages of 5 and 95 (I’m serious – I’m using that broad of a range)?
Do you have anything to say (positive or negative) about feminism?
Do you consider your perspective representative of Jewish pluralism?
Would you like to work with me in creating this anthology through offering yourself as an interviewee?
If so, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org! This project is really important to both me and the future of this blog (I will be posting the narratives of all the interviews here as the project progresses). It is my goal to document thoughts on Jewish feminism through revealing that Jewish women and girls do not conform to one singular stereotype. This is an opportunity for you to define what it means to be Jewish. It is an opportunity for you to define what it means to be a feminist. Any and all input would be greatly appreciated.