Jewish Feminism and Jewish Culture

Students have to study many different subjects in school. Students study mathematics, English, social studies, art, music, and history. It is claimed that many children and adults hate studying history because they believe history is boring. However, history can be and often is very exciting. This is because history has had events that have shaped the world.
Students have to study many different subjects in school on a daily basis. They must learn about math and science along with social studies and English. Sometimes students are lucky enough to study art and music. However, due to many elementary and high schools have been forced to cut back on or even eliminate both art and music from their curriculum. However, one subject that has never been removed from either elementary or high school curriculums is history. It has been claimed that many children and adults studying history because they believe that studying history is a boring way to spend part of a day. However, studying history can be and often is very exciting. This is because history is filled with events that have changed the world’s landscape and culture. There are many different types of history that students and non students alike can study such as the history of photography, the history of modern art, the history of film, British history, and American history. In fact, it seems like both British and American history have been intertwined. This is due to the fact that the United States was created when some British citizens were tired of not having their voices heard in England concerning unfair taxes. In addition, the American Revolution and the Boston Tea Party were historical events that significantly shaped both England and the creation of the United States. Did you know that the United States was first created with 13 colonies that later became states? Plus, two American holidays stem from the colonists breaking away from England and English rule. The Fourth of July celebrates our freedom from unfair taxation in England; the holiday of Thanksgiving celebrates the Pilgrim’s religious freedom. American and British history is important. However, there are other historical periods that have changed people’s lives and shaped the world.

In the 1960s, The Civil Rights Movement was born and so to was Woodstock. The 1960’s also saw the “summer of love, the birth of the Beetles, the creation of NASA, and the assassinations of both John F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King Jr. It is possible that feminism started in the 1960’s as well due to the fact that women started burning their bras in the 1960s. However there was a huge feminism movement in the 1970s. Feminism is a movement in history that wised to show that women were equal to men in every important way. In other words, the feminism movement set out to prove that anything men can do; women can do better. The modern feminism movement is still going strong today. It is interesting to study how Jewish feminism and Jewish culture fit into the feminism movement. It is possible that the traditional Jewish traditions and lifestyle take a beating when Jewish feminism and Jewish culture collide. This is because traditional Judaism states that men should work outside the home and women should take care of the home and children. This means that Jewish women cook, clean, and take care of the children. In other words, Jewish men bring home the bread and the Jewish women cook it. However Jewish feminism and modern times just might have Jewish men baking the bread and cooking the fake bacon instead of bringing these food items home for their Jewish wives to cook and bake. This is because Jewish feminism and modern times have made it possible for Jewish women to bring home the fake bacon and watch their husbands cook it.
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