LETTY COTTIN POGREBIN: DEBRA, GOLDA, AND ME. BEING FEMALE AND JEWISH IN AMERICA.
Pogrebin describes her struggle to integrate Judaism and Feminism in her life.
Her chapter: "Wandering in the Desert -- En route to the Feminist Seder" indicates that she has found a way to combine the TRADITION of the holiday she grew up with with the ADDITION of a woman's persective.
She writes: "...I have come to feel that the holiday is incomplete without the all-women ritual that I have attended on the third night of Passover every year since 1976."
-- Taken from Debra, Golda, and Me. Being Female and Jewish in America 1991 by Letty Cottin Pogrebin.
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