Two women rabbis talking with other women rabbis about being women rabbis.
Talkin’ About Our Facebook Live Event (Tomorrow)!
Just a friendly reminder to join us on Facebook tomorrow for our first ever Facebook Live event! https://www.facebook.com/WomenRabbisTalk/
Episode 14: Rabbi Denise Eger - Talkin’ to the Most Famous Lesbian Rabbi in the World!
We were so relieved to take a break from worrying about COVID-19! We then had the honor of speaking with Rabbi Denise Eger, a true role model, and to hear about her two new books: Gender and Religious Leadership: Women Rabbis, Pastors, and Ministers (Lexington Press), and Mishkan Ga’avah: Where Pride Dwells, A Celebration of LGBTQ Jewish Life and Ritual (CCAR Press). Enjoy!
Episode 13: Rabbi Miri Gold: Women. Rabbis. Israel.
Rabbi Miri Gold talks to us about being the third woman to be ordained as a rabbi in Israel and the groundbreaking work she’s been doing ever since, with some historic glass ceilings getting broken along the way as well!
Episode 12: Rabbi Lauren Tuchman - Talkin’ About the Transformative Power of Inclusive Torah
It’s Jewish Disability Awareness, Acceptance and Inclusion Month #JDAIM2020 so who better to talk to than Rabbi Lauren Tuchman, the first blind woman in the world to become a Rabbi? Rabbi Tuchman talks to us about inclusion, ally-ship and accommodation. Where is the Jewish community getting it right and where can we be doing better?
Episode 11: Back To School with Rabbinical Student Emily Holtzman!
Rabbinical student Emily Holtzman talks with us about the joys and oys of rabbinical school: How do they choose which school to attend? What do they do all day? What happens when they have unique learning needs or health concerns? How do they get a date? If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to be a rabbinical student, this “tell all” episode is for you!
Episode 10! Rabbi Karen Perolman: Talkin’ About What Women Rabbis Wear
For our 10th episode (hooray!) Rabbi Karen Perolman tells us about her instagram account @theclergycloset and why what we wear matters (both on and off the bimah!).
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Great repartee and openness
Enjoyed the back and forth especially the shaved head cranial Seder analogy
Great to hear women rabbis!
With all the podcasts out there, it’s great having one that allows us to hear the voices and opinions of women rabbis! I also love the back and forth of these two rabbis.