This documentation of a 1973 conference held by the American Jewish Committee's B'nai B'rith Consultation and the National Jewish Women's Organizations, discusses the roles women can play in strengthening the Jewish family, a goal understood to be central to Jewish continuity in America. It includes two main presentations, followed by comments and a discussion, and a workshop on the subject. The conference relates to traditional roles played by Jewish women, contemporary challenges and changes that Jewish women are confronted with, and the influence Jewish women organizations have on the Jewish family.
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Rosenman, Yehuda. Rosen, Gladys. Rackman, Emanuel. Ozick, Cynthia. Ruderman, Florence. Edelman, Lily. Old Patterns and New Perspectives: The Role of Jewish Women in Strengthening the Jewish Family. American Jewish Committee (AJC). 1973: