Women running for office on the local, state and national level have skyrocketed since Donald Trump’s election as president. Here’s a look at some of the Jewish candidates
- 13 February, 2017 This is what Trump and Netanyahu will discuss in their meeting (if you believe Spicer) While the White House has repeatedly ducked questions about everything from Jerusalem to settlements, Netanyahu promised 'clear' answers from his meeting with Trump. What to expect?
- 14 January, 2017 How will women fare under a pussy-grabbing president? Prof. Frances Raday is one of the leading lights in Israel’s feminist struggle. Although dismayed by the election of a self-confessed groper, she believes Donald Trump’s presidential reign may surreptitiously benefit women in the long run.
- 21 January, 2017 Hundreds of thousands protest in D.C. on Trump’s first day in office Hundreds rally in Tel Aviv in solidarity ■ Gloria Steinem: 'We've elected an impossible president' ■ Clinton praises Washington March attendees ■ 'We are under attack,' says America Ferrera ■ Jewish women divided over march.
- 6 July, 2017 In Warsaw, Trump is first U.S. president in decades not to visit ghetto uprising monument Instead, Trump will visit the Warsaw Uprising Monument, commemorating resistance fighters from the general Polish public - a move local Jewish leaders call an insult
- 22 January, 2017 ‘There’s an urgency when it comes to Trump. I’m beginning to see what my parents saw in 1930s’ Irena Klepfisz, daughter of Holocaust survivors and a second-wave feminist, explains why she joined the Women's March on N.Y.C. against President Donald Trump.