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The same opening paragraph could be written for every article this summer: We are tired, stir-crazy, afraid. The world is scary (a flimsy word to
On June 29th, the US Supreme Court voted in favor of protecting abortion access when it ruled against an attempt by the state of Louisiana
It is rough out there, so if you’ve disengaged to some degree from social media as an act of self-preservation, that’s understandable. (But also, get
Two weeks ago, nicely settled into my quarantine lifestyle, I watched all four episodes of Unorthodox, the Netflix series created by Anna Winger, Alexa Karolinski,
Abortion is health care, and it’s urgent health care – the longer one is forced to wait to obtain an abortion, the more difficult the
On March 4th, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in June Medical v. Russo, an abortion rights case between abortion providers and the state
Whether you’re a casual consumer of podcasts or you break into a cold sweat at the thought of not having any at the ready, check
I finished watching Our Boys on erev Simchat Torah, right before I left for hakafot. It’s been three weeks now, and as far as I
At the end of July, USA Today published a piece on Jewish reactions to the co-optation of Old Testament language to justify anti-abortion legislation. Rabbi Danya Ruttenberg is quoted in the article, and the work of the National Council of Jewish Women is referenced. But where is everyone else?