Today’s eJewish PhilanthropyÂ features an article by Susan Weidman Schneider, one of Lilith Magazines founders, on the concept on Salons.
She writes…Salons, popular among intellectually curious and avant-garde Jewish women from the eighteenth century onward, are re-appearing in the 21st century as an opportunity for thoughtful women to get together to mull over some of the most exciting thinking of the day.Â Lilith MagazineÂ has created contemporary salons where ideas hatch and are nurtured, places where small groups of women meet for informal discussions. Salon conversations can pull in women of all ages to talk and act on many progressive fronts â€“ reproductive freedoms, diversity in Jewish families, rights for Israeli women, and much more.
Are salons right for your organization? Read the full article here.