Ken Goldman in Lillith Magazine

Postmodern House Rings
The Old is New Again

With women at the wall just arrested for wearing a tallit, it seems like the perfect time for Ken Goldman to be to be included in Lillith Magazine's current issue:

A story about reclaiming a forgotten Jewish ritual: the medieval and pre-modern custom of grooms giving their brides “house rings” under the huppah. We’re re-purposing said house rings by means of a new wedding “justice vow” to shout out under your huppah—do it!

Who knew that two Judaica artists are still making house rings (with a post-modern twist) today? 

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