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Articles on Women and Kippot "Why Don't Girls Wear Kippahs At Camp Ramah?"
Debra Nussbaum Cohen --

eJewishPhilanthropy: "Headcovering Confusion at Ramah Darom"
Rabbi Elyssa Joy Auster --

Should Girls Wear Kipot? The Answer Will Surprise You!
Rabbi Rebecca Sirbu --

Jewish Women's Archive: "Kippah-Wearing Jewesses"
Jordan Namerow --

Kippot & Women
By Rabbi Jill Cozen-Harel --

About Our Services: "Beth Shalom Seattle: A Participatory & Egalitarian Synagogue"

TO: WOMEN OF A CERTAIN AGE || Re: Kippah, Tallit, Tefillin
Diane Bernbaum --

The Wearing of a Kippah by Men and Women (Masorti Movement's Va'ad Halacha in Israel)Rabbi David Frankel --

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To Kneel 

(c) Rabbi Menachem Creditorfor Landingham & Kaepernick, our angels in the wings
Sometimes, it isn't about nuance.
Sometimes it just comes down to facing the storm,
calling God out,
standing at the center of a whirlwind
holding your ground.

No cathedral is immune to agony,
no soul impervious to life itself no nation purely noble.
If it were any other way,
there would be no need for cathedrals
in the first place.

Kneel,  stand,  sit,  rise up.

To kneel is
to submit  to lower oneself  to step down  to pause.
To kneel is to call attention  to touch the Earth's face to listen to those  whose blood saturates  the very roots of our story.
To kneel is to step aside  to step outside  to invite others to come closer  to remember.
To kneel is not to stand not to stand not to stand idly by.
Speak your truth,
God damn it.

That's what God wants most of all.

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