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October 15, 1982 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-10-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Woman Rabbi
Critiques Article

Editor, The Jewish News:
I wish to respond to the
article by Aviva Cantor,
entitled "Women's Equality
in Judaism" (Sept. 17,
1982), particularly with re-
gard to women in the Re-
form rabbinate.
Of the 61 women who
have been ordained in the
past 10 years, 49 of us are
graduates of the Hebrew
Union College-Jewish In-
stitute of Religion. Ms. Can-
tor writes that "there is still
considerable resistance to
hiring women except as
assistant rabbis or
educators, and the Reform
movement has a task force
dealing with the problem."
This is inaccurate and mis-
leading, for several reasons:
Ms. Cantor conveys the
assumption and value
judgment that there is
something wrong with the
positions "assistant rabbi"
and "educator." She fails to
mention that the great
majority of the women were
ordained within the last
four years, and that most of
our male classmates occupy
similar entry-level posi-
tions.
There are now 10 women
(including Rabbi Sally
Priesand) who are the "solo"
rabbis of their own congre-
gations. All the women who
have sought "solo" pulpits
have found them.
The Task Force on
Women in the Rabbinate of
the Central Conference of
American Rabbis was
created to help all of us,
congregations and rabbis
alike, adjust to a new situa-
tion (not necessarily a
"problem") — the entry of
women into a previously
all-male profession.
The fact that the Task
Force exists (and I proudly
serve as one of its members)
indicates an effort on the
part of the Reform move-
ment to insure the equal
treatment of all the rabbis it
ordains.
The "considerable resis-
tance" to which the article
refers may have existed
several years ago, but re-
cent placement successes
argue to the contrary. Ms.
Cantor's information is
biased and out of date.

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