Wednesday, June 21st, JWI interns attended a Democratic Women’s Working Group’s hearing where Congresswomen Linda Sanchez, Lois Frankel, Brenda Lawrence, Rosa DeLauro, Carolyn Maloney, and Suzanne Bonamici, addressed important issues in the context of the impending FAMILY (Family And Medical Insurance Leave) Act.
For the past 15 years, JWI has found a friend in Sigma Delta Tau (SDT) Sorority. As a philanthropic partner of the Greek organization, JWI receives invaluable support and brings key programs to SDT chapters across the country.
During Sexual Assault Awareness Month, JWI communications manager Lauren Landau wrote about the nonprofit's work to ensure the health and happiness of the Jewish community and the families within it. This post originally appeared in the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism's blog.
JWI's work to end violence against women and girls is not done alone. This is our tribute to some of the wonderful men we are proud to call allies.
Domestic Violence Awareness Month is the perfect time to promote workplace policies that give abused employees paid time off to secure protection.
Learn what JWI is doing to encourage every woman to use her voice in the voting booth this November.
While religion may fail to comfort a woman facing infertility and loss, Jewish spirit can still buttress a broken heart.
Bringing a letter to a gun fight could help close legal loopholes that put firearms in abusers' hands.
An innovative JWI program for boys and men in Baltimore’s Orthodox community used Torah-based values to explore what it takes to be a mentsch.
On #WomensEqualityDay, we asked Gloria Steinem what she thinks has been the greatest achievement for women in the past decade.
The Senate has voted unanimously to pass the The Sexual Assault Survivors’ Rights Act.
Jennifer Brown learned almost by chance about a great-grandmother’s abortion and was inspired to write her debut novel, Modern Girls.
How, why and when women should invest in friendships. (As the Yiddish proverb says, "Better one friend with a dish of food than a hundred with a sigh.")
Fewer and fewer campus rapes are being swept under the rug – or beneath the quad – thanks to brave young women and prevention programs that work.
If you need a refresher course to understand why preserving access to abortion is good for women and their families, Katha Pollitt’s book is essential reading.