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Rachel Adler

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Author Rachel Adler talks #TalesoftheHolyMysticat on #ConversationsLIVE

"Conversations LIVE!" with Cyrus Webb

Host Cyrus Webb welcomes author Rachel Adler to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss her new book TALES OF THE HOLY MYSTICAT.

20mins

15 Oct 2020

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Rachel Adler - Tales of the Holy Mysticat

Valley Beit Midrash

Rabbi Dr. Shmuly Yanklowitz, President & Dean of Valley Beit Midrash, interviews Rabbi Dr. Rachel Adler, the Rabbi David Ellenson Professor of Jewish Religious Thought at HUC-JIR/Los Angeles (http://huc.edu/), on the topic of "Tales of the Holy Mysticat."DONATE: http://www.bit.ly/1NmpbsPLearn more about the book & pre-order: https://mysticattales.com/For podcasts of VBM lectures, GO HERE:https://www.valleybeitmidrash.org/learning-library https://www.facebook.com/valleybeitmidrash

11mins

18 Jun 2020

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The Journey from Pregnancy Back to Work with Rachel Adler - Episode 6

Your Birth, Your Worth Podcast

This week, Taylor welcomes Rachel Adler, the owner of Doulaworks. Rachel is a certified doula and childbirth educator and her work focuses on the journey from pregnancy back to work – whether that’s a job outside the home, a work at home job, or a job as a stay-at-home parent. Rachel is passionate about raising awareness about the challenges of going back to work for new parents and works with families and workplaces to help make this a smoother transition. Taylor and Rachel dive into the different ways that companies can support new families, including creating a dedicated pumping space, being clear about benefits, and shifting the office culture. Key Takeaway: Companies can validate and support families by shifting the culture of the workplace, implementing simple solutions, and recognizing that work life and family life influence one another. Highlights: Being a stay at home parent is a new identity and it can be helpful to view it as a journey rather than something that you can train for Having kids asks us to create a new normal There needs to be more awareness around the importance of bridging the gap between the workplace and family life Rachel’s multiple passions led her to doing this work and there’s so much value in following our passions and seeing how they fit together in the long run Advice to businesses on how they can encourage and support parents as they’re returning to work from maternity or paternity leave We are expected to be perfect at work and as parents, putting tension on working parents New parents returning to work should focus on small shifts, a clean space to support pumping, maintaining a flexible schedule, and creating a childcare plan Your Birth Your Worth Podcast Website: https://www.yourbirthyourworthpodcast.com/ Other resources mentioned: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/12/25/upshot/the-relentlessness-of-modern-parenting.html Rachel Adler Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/doulaworks/?hl=en Website: https://www.doulaworks.com/ App: https://www.my-ellie.com/ Taylor Davis Website: http://yourvbacdoula.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/taylordavisdoula/ Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/yourvbacjourney/ Darcy Sauers Website:  https://www.thedouladarcy.com Third Trimester Thrive: https://www.thirdtrimesterthrive.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thedouladarcy/

48mins

13 Mar 2019

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Episode 138: God and Gender - Rachel Adler

Judaism Unbound

Theologian Rachel Adler, of Hebrew Union College- Jewish Institute of Religion, explores Judaism through lenses of metaphor, liturgy, theology, and more, in a conversation with hosts Dan Libenson and Lex Rofeberg. Do you want to play a role in shaping Judaism Unbound's future? You can! Fill out this brief survey, in which you can provide feedback about our work thus far, along with your vision of what we could create moving forward. Head to bit.ly/JUFeedback now! If you're enjoying Judaism Unbound, please help us keep things going with a one-time or monthly tax-deductible donation. Support Judaism Unbound by clicking here. To access full shownotes for this episode, click here!

44mins

5 Oct 2018

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Joy In Learning: Episode 07, Rachel Adler, College Selection

Joy In Learning, The Harley School's Podcast

Joy In Learning is a podcast highlighting the stories happening at The Harley School in Rochester, NY. Graduating senior, Rachel Adler, talks about her college selection process.

5mins

21 Jul 2017

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082: First Female Jewish Theologian Rabbi Rachel Adler

The Strong Women’s Club Women's Success Stories in Business and in Life

Rabbi Rachel Adler tells us her story about being raised in a reformed household , deciding to become Orthodox, learning Jewish texts and becoming frustrated, and how she became a groundbreaking Jewish theologian, and ultimately received the National Jewish Book Award for Jewish Thought for her book Engendering Judaism. Dr. Adler has written many important papers about Judaism and feminism, and continues to do so. She is the David Ellenson Professor of Modern Jewish Thought and Feminist Studies at Hebrew Union College of Los Angeles Her essay "The Jew Who Wasn't There," first published in 1971, is generally considered the first piece of Jewish feminist theology.

39mins

1 Feb 2017

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082: First Female Jewish Theologian Rabbi Rachel Adler

The Strong Women’s Club Women's Success Stories in Business and in Life

Rabbi Rachel Adler tells us her story about being raised in a reformed household , deciding to become Orthodox, learning Jewish texts and becoming frustrated, and how she became a groundbreaking Jewish theologian, and ultimately received the National Jewish Book Award for Jewish Thought for her book Engendering Judaism. Dr. Adler has written many important papers about Judaism and feminism, and continues to do so. She is the David Ellenson Professor of Modern Jewish Thought and Feminist Studies at Hebrew Union College of Los Angeles Her essay "The Jew Who Wasn't There," first published in 1971, is generally considered the first piece of Jewish feminist theology.

39mins

1 Feb 2017