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Sunday, April 28 • 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Why and Whither Women of the Wall

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This session will explore Women of the Wall's 24 year struggle to be able to pray as a group with Tallit and Tefillin in the Ezrat Nashim of the Kotel. We will discuss WOW's commitment to mutual respect and support across the various denominations of Judaism, WOW's ongoing Rosh Chodesh prayers in the Ezrat Nashim despite harassment and police detention, WOW's trials and tribulations in Israel's Supreme Court, and the meaning of WOW in the broader context of religious pluralism in Israel.


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Susan Aranoff

Dr. Susan Aranoff, a professor of economics, is a founding member of WOW and a named litigant in WOW’s first case in Israel’s Supreme Court. Susan has been an activist for three decades in the struggle to free agunot. Susan is blessed with six wonderful children and ten grandchildren, so far.


Sunday April 28, 2013 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Gray Library