Lauren Grabelle Herrmann, rabbi at SAJ: Judaism that Stands for All — the synagogue where the first-ever Bat Mitzvah took place in 1922 — joins Dan Libenson and Lex Rofeberg for a conversation about re-visioning B Mitzvah for the next 100 years. This episode is the 2nd in an ongoing mini-series of Judaism Unbound episodes, honoring Bat Mitzvah’s 100th anniversary, and exploring the present and future of B Mitzvah (“B Mitzvah” is a term for Jewish coming-of-age ceremonies, across the gender spectrum).

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