Podcast: Agunot. What is the issue? Is it a big deal? What can be done?

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We’re Podcasting!

We are very exited to announce that we have teamed up with Jewish Coffee House and have begun a podcast series that we hope will give further our work depth and reach, as well as a new level of familiarity […]

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This #NoAgunahDay, Let’s #GettProactive

This #NoAgunahDay, Let’s #GettProactive

Too often, we speak of the plight of the agunah as if it were an inevitable, albeit tragic, fact of life. Like cancer or a natural disaster, we are passive in the face of this devastating misfortune. It could happen […]

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Agunah Day 2016

Agunah Day 2016

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]For International Agunah Day, Chochmat Nashim launched a visibility campaign, highlighting agunot and former agunot. We asked these women to take selfies holding signs that note the number of years they were denied a get (Jewish writ of divorce), their […]

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Loopholes: How Much Can We Do?

Loopholes: How Much Can We Do?

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Dozens of people on my Facebook feed are sharing this meme today from a page called Unchain My Heart. I’d like to relay a conversation I had with Rabbi Jeremy Stern of Organization for the Resolution of Agunot (ORA) regarding […]

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