Feminist activist Alice Shalvi donates her personal papers to National Library of Israel


JERUSALEM (JTA) — Israeli feminist activist Alice Shalvi donated her personal papers to the National Library of Israel.

A winner of the Israel Prize for Lifetime Achievement, Shalvi is the founder and head of the Israel Women’s Network, a lobby that has helped advance women in many areas of Israeli life, and was the principal of Pelech, an experimental religious school for girls in Jerusalem.

Her memoir “Never a Native” was launched in Israel on Monday, her 92nd birthday.

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