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Two Million Dollars Granted for Women’s Rights in Israel

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One million dollars is being injected into advancing women’s rights in Israeli society, thanks to the Genesis Prize Foundation. This is in addition to the one million dollars grant that Natalie Portman claimed for women’s empowerment through the organization, for a total of two million dollars. Thanks to Morris Kahn, an Israeli philanthropist, who chose…

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Vital Zinger: Wonder Woman on Wheels

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Whatever you think you know about people with disabilities, forget it, and meet Vital Zinger, the woman who is radically shifting old fashioned stigmas about people with disabilities. She is creating a new conversation, not about “how I can’t walk, but what I can do, and what I can contribute as a person, not as…

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Israel star hopes for win at Eurovision 2018

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A Middle Eastern musical act is making waves around the world. Netta Barzilai released “Toy” and is expected to represent Israel in the 2018 Eurovision competition held in Lisbon, Portugal on May 8. Since the songs release on March 8 in honor of International Women’s Day, Netta’s vibrant video has been slated as a top…

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Women march against deportation

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Women of all backgrounds are intersecting in all the right places, and have chosen to use their voice against the mass deportation of asylum seekers. Hundreds of Eritrean refugees, Israeli citizens, and international residents gathered in a Women’s March Against Deportation in south Tel Aviv on Friday, March 9. The march was a collaboration between…

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The Purim Tale of Power Women

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In a modern land steeped with ancient patriarchy, the annual Purim celebration has landed, and humanity has much to learn from the Jewish holiday story and its characters. Purim is known as a joyous holiday and is celebrated in four ways in Jewish tradition. People read the Megillah, or the story of Esther, dress up,…

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