Tapes selected from a panel on immigrant Jewish women which was part of a conference on Culture and Community among New York Jews which took place January 27-29, 1979, sponsored by the Yivo Institute for Jewish Research in cooperation with the Center for Israel and Jewish Studies at Columbia University and made possible by a grant from the New York Council for the Humanities. Two of three segments from this panel are presented here: a talk on immigrant women and consumer protest by Paula Hyman of Columbia University, and a talk on wage-earning women in the labor movement by Alice Kessler Harris by Hofstra University. Panel is introduced by writer Vivian Gornick. Hosted by Eileen Zalisk. This program was presented as part of WBAI's day of programming on Jewish life and culture.