"Fragmentation and litmus tests have blighted the second wave of feminism for too long," writes Eetta Prince-Gibson.
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OPINION

Why Feminism and Zionism Are Not Contradictory

"Fragmentation and litmus tests have blighted the second wave of feminism for too long," writes Eetta Prince-Gibson. "Could we at least come to an agreement that we support all women’s groups and all women who face state-sponsored or institutionalized oppression?"

Image: Gage Skidmore / Flickr

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EXHIBIT
The Jewish Photographer of Ghetto Life

From 1940 to 1945, Henryk Ross surreptitiously photographed daily life in the Lodz Ghetto. His work—about 3,000 of his images survive—is the most complete collection of images of ghetto life.

Image: Henryk Ross/© Art Gallery of Ontario/Courtesy Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

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OPINION
Teaching at an Islamic School in T
rump’s America

"Early on in my tenure, I realized how much my Muslim students were like Jewish students 100 years ago," writes David Stanley, a Jewish teacher at an Islamic parochial school.

Image: David Stanley

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FROM THE ISSUE | SYMPOSIUM
'Western-Style Democracy Is Not Always a Good Export'

"This is not a one-size-fits-all world," says writer Tracy Kidder. "American-style democracy demands a certain amount of stability and prosperity. It doesn’t easily transfer to countries that are so poor you can buy a political assassin for $7 and a bottle of rum."

Image: Taylor Keegan / Flickr

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