Blu Greenberg has published widely on the subjects of feminism, orthodoxy, and the Jewish family. Since 1973, she has been active in the movement to bridge feminism and Orthodox Judaism. She is the founding president of the Jewish Orthodox Feminist Alliance and has served on the boards of The Covenant Foundation, Project Kesher, US Israel Women to Women, Foundation for the Righteous, Petschek National Jewish Family Center, Jewish Book Council, the Federation Commission on Synagogue Relations, the Federation Task Force on Jewish women and serves on the editorial board of Hadassah Magazine. Blu received a BA from Brooklyn College, an MA from City University in clinical psychology, and an MS from Yeshiva University in Jewish history. She taught religious studies at the College of Mount St. Vincent from 1965 to 1973, and lectured at Pardes Institute in Jerusalem.
The Aguna Issue: A 40 Year Retrospective
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"A Decade at Bernie's": The Ethical Crisis in Contemporary Jewish Life
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Women in Orthodox Judaism
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