The Jewish Woman
THE JEWISH WEEK MEDIA GROUP PRESENTS
Today’s Jewish woman fills many roles within the Jewish community,
including philanthropist, organization leader, wife, mother, and daughter.
Yet, she still faces challenges of equality that are deeply rooted in our faith.
On June 22, 2012, The Jewish Week Media Group will publish The Jewish Woman, an exploration of the complicated history and modern dynamics surrounding the place of women in Jewish tradition and community.
Topics will include:
• The push and pull between men and women in synagogues
• The glass ceiling that still hangs low in the workplace
• The roles of non-Jewish women in Conservative and Reform synagogues
• Profile of Hanna Rosin, author of upcoming book, “The End of Men.”
• Plus, the 90th Anniversary of the Bat Mitzvah and more!
The Jewish Woman incudes a special print section in the June 22, issue of The Jewish Week and homepage feature on thejewishweek.com. Additional exposure through Facebook-posted questions and tweets will invite participation and insight from our worldwide social media community.
The Jewish Woman is a figure close to the heart of every member of the Jewish community, making this issue compelling to our readers, web visitors, and social media connections. Target this coveted audience with your advertising message in this special issue. Confirm your participation now.
Call your representative or Ruth Rothseid at 212.921.7822. Or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Advertising deadline June 12
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