How Bay Area Jewish journalism has survived, thrived for 120 years

How Bay Area Jewish journalism has survived, thrived for 120 years

Back in 1946, cub reporter Rita Semel landed a job at the Jewish Community Bulletin, becoming only the second female writer in the history of the venerable San Francisco-based Jewish newspaper. Her initial job title: copy boy. „I had to sign a statement staying I was taking the job of a man in [military] service, […]