Rivlin has written for Newsweek, MS
Magazine, The Washington Post, Lear's and US Magazine.
Lilith, Ms. Magazine, December, 1972
Choosing to Have a Baby on Your Own,?
Ms. Magazine, April, 1979
Woman Warrior, (Gen. Amira Dotan), US
Magazine, July 16, 1984
Peace through Honor, The Washington
Post, Dec. 25, 1973
Weary Optimist on Peace Dialogues
LILITH, v.14, No.1, Winter, 1989
Editorial Advisor and frequent contributor
Israel Horizons, N.Y.
Editorial Board and contributor of The Forum, NY.
WELCOME TO ISRAEL,
a text book for children,
“The teachers and the students love Welcome to Israel ...
it's exciting, the questions provoke thought, and there is just the
right amount of history.”
-- Merle G. Steinberg,
M'kor Shalom Cherry Hill, NJ
|WHEN WILL THE FIGHTING STOP?
A CHILD'S VIEW OF JERUSALEM,
a photographic essay,
Concept and photographs by Lilly Rivlin
Text by Ann Morris
In the Beginning, GATES TO THE NEW CITY,
edited by Howard Schwartz, Avon, NY. 1983
Israel Women In Two Voices: A dialogue
between generations, Lilly Rivlin and Ilana Bet-El.
A RISING PUBLIC VOICE - WOMEN IN
POLITICS WORLDWIDE, Edited by Alida Brill, The Feminist
Press, NY. 1995.
Meditation and Conflict: A Journey on
WOMEN OF THE WALL, an anthology. Editors: Phyllis
Chesler and Rivka Haut. Jewish Lights, VT. 2002.
Feminist Seder-Reflections on
Participants Entry Point and Implications,
THE WOMEN?S TABLE: A PASSOVER SEDER SOURCEBOOK, Jewish
Lights, VT., 2002.
Editors: Rabbi Sharon Cohen Anisfeld, Tara Mohr, Catherine
The Steven H. and Alida Brill Scheuer
Foundation, 1992-94, 1998-2000.
The Ruth Shomron Family Foundation in
association with The Abraham Fund, 1998-2000.
New Outlook, a journal for Arab-Israeli
Conference on Social Welfare, American
Families in Transition 1977.
Writer/Researcher: "Women's Self-Managed
Enterprises: A Study," funded by the National Institute of
Mental Health, 1975.
Writer/Researcher: Source Catalog for Youth
Participation in a Democratic Society, Department of Health,
Education, and Welfare: Office of Youth Development.
The John D. Rockefeller 3rd Fund, Developed
and monitored, The Youth Adult Collaborative model. 1973-74.
Selected other clients: American Sephardic
Federation, United Jewish Appeal, American Jewish Committee,
Institute of Human Relations.
EXCERPT : Interview with Lilly Rivlin about her film
Gimme a Kiss
(Part Five: Special Cases / Chapter 20: Family Films)
Personal memoirs are always difficult. After all, if there is
revelation someone always gets hurt.
—Lilly Rivlin, commenting on Gimme a Kiss
Writing, Directing, and Producing Documentary Films and Videos
by Alan Rosenthal
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