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Watch Jewish Women in the Labor Movement

From sweatshop workers to union organizers, Jewish women have been on the front lines of the American labor movement since the beginning of the 20th century. As women and as Jews, their commitment to social justice and a more equitable world made these activists uniquely qualified and determined leaders of a major American movement—and they also laid the groundwork for the modern feminist movement. Learn about the activists who made lasting change from Judith Rosenbaum, scholar of women's history and CEO of the Jewish Women's Archive.


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