Film, Video Jewish Women's Issues

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Jewish Women's Issues
Author Susan Weidman Schneider, editor-in-chief of Lilith, discussed her experiences of more than two decades at the helm of this award-winning Jewish women's magazine.
Event Date
March 30, 2004
-  Susan Schneider is the author of "Jewish and Female," "Intermarriage: The Challenge of Living with Differences between Christians and Jews" and "Head and Heart: A Woman's Guide to Financial Independence." For her work on Lilith, Schneider was awarded a Polakoff Lifetime Achievement Award in journalism. She has also been honored by Hadassah with the Golden Wreath Award and the Eleanor Roosevelt Prize by the American Jewish Congress (AJC). The AJC and the Israel Women's Network honored her in the Knesset, together with Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg, as one of a select group of Jewish Women Who Have Made a Difference.
Running Time
47 minutes 48 seconds
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