#blogelul — hear

wow, and how!

Briefly put. Sup­port Women of the Wall (and the New Israel Fund).

Be sure you can…
hear
wom­en’s
voic­es!

women of the wall mem­bers blow the sho­far at the back of the west­ern wall plaza dur­ing its month­ly rosh chodesh ser­vice, aug. 7, 2013. (miri­am alster)

Here’s a Yeshi­va world per­spec­tive.

And an appro­pri­ate but­ton:

women should be seen & heard

women should be seen & heard
new israel fund [also in hebrew and ara­bic]

Date: 2012
(from NIF at the Israel Day Parade in NYC)
Size: 6.35
Pin Form: clasp
Print Method: cel­lu­loid
Text WOMEN SHOULD BE
SEEN
&
HEARD
New Israel Fund

your lapel buttons

Many peo­ple have lapel but­tons. They may be attached to a favorite hat or jack­et you no longer wear, or poked into a cork-board on your wall. If you have any lay­ing around that you do not feel emo­tion­al­ly attached to, please let me know. I pre­serve these for the Jew­ish peo­ple. At some point they will all go to an appro­pri­ate muse­um. You can see all the but­tons shared to date.

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