Rabbi Naomi Levy, spiritual leader of Nashuva, JWI Woman to Watch, and Jewish Women contributor, shares this prayer.
As women, we have made giant strides, but now’s the time to own your power.
Claire Kaplan, UVA’s director of sexual and domestic violence services, speaks candidly about sexual assault prevention and the consequences of standing idly by.
Elul, the month before Rosh Hashanah, is meant to be a time of study and self-reflections, growth and discovery. Here are seven ways to make it meaningful for you.
Two long-standing friends collaborate on a comprehensive guidebook that presents the broad sweep of London’s history and culture, refracted through a Jewish prism.
The largest voluntary professional association’s leader explains why she’s making combating human trafficking the priority of her administration.
Aly Raisman has performed her "Hava Nagila" floor routine for about a year—and now she hopes it can help her take home the Gold.
First-time author Rachelle Bergstein loves shoes, so writing a book about the history of women and their footwear was a natural fit.
With the pressure to excel, many women feel they must strive for and achieve perfection. There is a way to making peace by reevaluating what is truly important.
Judaism takes an ambitious view on striving for excellence and perfection. While women can feel overwhelmed by this goal, Shabbat could be the answer.
Today’s Jill Martin joins with stylist Dana Ravich to offer step-by-step guidance in decluttering our closets and defining personal style.
Top hand model Ellen Sirot creates products to help us all keep our hands looking their best—even in winter weather.
Celebrating 35 years of poignant photography.
The no-nonsense advice columnist talks about readers’ most common questions, the column that generated the most feedback, and the top mistakes women make.
Though our society encourages us to reduce, reuse or recycle, the precious objects we keep can help ground us and strengthen our identities.
A daughter takes on the task of helping the world remember the “night of broken glass,” the beginning of the end for European Jewry.
Vicki Abele's daughter’s school experience transformed her into a first-time filmmaker.