Aviva Cantor

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Aviva Cantor is an advocate of feminism and egalitarianism in Judaism.

Aviva Cantor has promoted Jewish activism for over 30 years. She was a co-founder of the Jewish Liberation Project in New York and an editor of its Jewish Liberation Journal. In 1976, she co-founded Lilith, an “Independent, Jewish & Frankly Feminist” magazine. She regularly wrote for Lilith and Ms., and created Lilith’s anti-sexist, gender-inclusive Haggadah. In addition, Cantor has published The Jewish Woman.1900-1985: A Bibliography and Jewish Women/Jewish Men: the Legacy of Patriarchy in Jewish Life in 1995. Cantor’s work analyzes the double marginalization of being a Jew and a woman in a patriarchal society and advances a feminist agenda for improvement[1].

Socialist Scholars Conference

Henry Foner, F.I.T., Morris Schappes, Editor, Jewish Currents, Ethan Block, Bard College, Aviva Cantor, Author, The Egalitarian Hagaddah and Ezra Goldstein, Associate Editor, Jewish Currents were speakers on the Israel, the Middle East, the Peace Process and American Jews panel sponsored by Jewish Currents at the Tenth Annual Socialist Scholars Conference. The conference was held April 24-26, 1992 at the Borough of Manhattan Community College, New York City[2]

References

  1. http://jwa.org/feminism/_html/JWA009.htm
  2. SSE Tenth Annual Conference Program, 1992