Mrs. Rivkah Slonim is the education director at the Rohr Chabad Center for Jewish Student Life and a lecturer on Jewish Medical Ethics at Binghamton University. A self-described "Chassidic Feminist", she lectures internationally on the intersection of Jewish observance and contemporary life with a special focus on Jewish women. She is the editor of Total Immersion: A Mikvah Anthology and Bread and Fire: Jewish Women Find G-d in the Everyday, an anthology on Jewish women’s spiritually.
Mrs. Slonim serves on the Editorial Board of the Rohr Jewish Learning Institute and is co-author of one of JLI’s most popular courses, Fascinating Facts.
How does one raise their child to be a moral and productive member of society who wouldn’t even entertain the notion of resorting to crime?.
Mrs. Rivkah Slonim (62)
For millennia, the narrative surrounding the Biblical Dinah -- a story fraught with sexual violence-- included indictment of Dina's own behavior. Until the Lubavitcher Rebbe taught the world how to read