Region: New York
Blu Greenberg is actively involved in integrating feminism and Judaism. She is founding president of the JOFA. Blu serves on the boards of many organizations, was chair of the National Jewish Family Center, the Jewish Book Council and the N.Y. Federation's Task Force on Jewish Women. In 2000, she helped found One Voice: Jewish Women for Israel, a national coalition of Jewish women's organizations. Co-founder of The Dialogue Group (Jewish and Palestinian women), a member of the Jewish Women's Dialogue and co-chair of the Global Peace Initiative of Women, she has participated in many interfaith and inter-ethnic enterprises. Her books include On Women and Judaism: A View from Tradition, How to Run A Traditional Jewish Household, and Black Bread, Poems After the Holocaust, and King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba ( co-authored with Reverend Linda Tarry).
- Critical Issues Facing American Jewry
- Feminism and Orthodoxy - Revolution of Small Signs
- Orthodox Jewish Feminism; Where are we Headed?
- The Jewish Family in the 21st Century
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