NCJW

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NCJWNational Council of Jewish Women
NCJWNorth Carolina Journal for Women
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Erica Holliam- Erica has been an active member of NCJW's Back to School!
Fourth, American Jewish women get the premier billing they deserve, and I refer the reader to the discussions of Abigaill Franks, Rebecca Kohut, and the NCJW, mentioned above, as well as many others, including excellent discussions of solid Jewish support for the Nineteenth Amendment and the mayoral race of Al Smith.
In 1996, NCJW circulated a letter to rabbis across the country urging the US Senate not to overturn President Clinton's veto of the so-called "partial birth abortion" ban.
The NCJW mini-grants are just one of the many ways in which Worcester public schoolteachers are trying to retain the magic of learning, even as the city, the state and federal government reneged on their responsibility.
The National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW) corroborates these findings.
In New vistas in education and society series, Jerusalem: The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, NCJW Institute for Innovation in Education, Magness Press.
A representative of the National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW) pointed to Murray's "attempt[] to equate racial discriminations with discriminations on the basis of sex" as the "one general weakness" of her memorandum.(76) "As a philosophical and sociaological [sic] concept it may have some validity," the NCJW said of the race-sex parallel, but the group expressed concern that "the attempt to equate the two kinds of discrimination carded with it the implication that differential treatment for women is not acceptable."(77) Others simply did not find the analogy empirically accurate or morally compelling.
It was the only ray of hope." During the war itself, many were active in the Brides' Group organized by the local branch of the National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW).
The Ha-etgar program was developed at the end of the 1960s by Professor Avima Lombard from the NCJW Research Institute.
Goldsmith, director of personnel at the National Council of jewish Women (NCJW), New York City.
Promising that the AJHS was watching the NCJW "with an historical eye," Straus offered to "reserve the brightest page in our annual records for the noble achievements" of this organization, the first national Jewish woman's club.
Nancy Kaufman, CEO of the National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW), says men's presence changes women's behavior.