PJ Library and National Women’s Philanthropy (NWP) invite you to join the second part of a discussion on Jewish women. The conversation continues Tuesday, May 11, 11 a.m.-noon central time. These meaningful conversations are moderated by journalist Abigail Pogrebin and offer learnings about the importance of stories from women who lead and who give Jewishly. If you missed the first part, it is available on YouTube.

    How have the stories of Jewish women been told throughout time? How must that change in the wake of the pressure put on mothers during the pandemic? Meredith Lewis, PJ Library’s Director of Content, Education and Family Experience will lead a discussion with Annie Polland, the new executive director of of New York’s Tenement Museum. Ruth Behar, author of Lucky Broken Girl and Mara Rockliff, author of Try it! How Frieda Caplan changed the way we eat, will both join the discussion.

    Invite the women who inspire you most to join! Register a lunch group (two participants or more) and you will receive a $10 GrubHub lunch gift card. Following the event, Lunch Groups will receive invites to join private Zoom rooms to eat together and join the presentation. For more information and to receive the link to the previous conversation, please contact Jamie SkogBurke at jskogburke@jewishomaha.org.