Monthly Archives: October 2012

This is not about women playing dance. It’s about revolution.

The most courageous fourteen year old girl I have ever set eyes on, Malala Yousafzai, was shot in the head for her advocacy of education for women and I am spending my time organizing a flash mob of dancing women … Continue reading

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Until The Women Dance

 If, like me, you are just catching your breath after Simchat Torah, you know the exhilaration, even the transformative power of communal dancing.  Dance has always been an integral part of Jewish life: from King David dancing in ecstasy in … Continue reading

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