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'A radical position'

Orthodox Judaism meets feminism at Minyan Tehillah

By Irene Sege
Globe Staff / April 19, 2005

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Sunlight pours into the sanctuary of the rented synagogue and through the gray semi-sheer curtain that separates the men's seating from the women's. The Sabbath morning service begins when Alanna Cooper, wearing a purple hat and long-sleeved black dress and black boots, stands on the women's side of the table in the front of the room and, chanting ... (Full article: 1522 words)

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