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Abortion in the Time of Corona

The coronavirus, and the actions required to protect against it, will likely erode access to abortion care—even in a place like Washington, D.C., a hub with few restrictions, an abortion support infrastructure, and providers across the region.

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January & February

Welcome to the first edition of my brand-spanking-new newsletter!

Co-Creating Mikvah Rituals (coming soon)

Sneak Peek

I am so excited to finally be launching this monthly newsletter. It’s been a long time coming. As a freelance writer, chronic volunteer, and proud fighter on the frontlines of the pro-choice movement, I’ve been searching for a way to dig a little deeper and make connections between my work, my writing, and living in DC. I’m hoping that this newsletter can do just that!

Lilith Magazine: Becoming an Abortion Doula

Often, lost in the noise of the political struggle to keep abortion safe and legal are the patients themselves who have to navigate complicated TRAP laws, legalese, and financial barriers to receiving care but who are human beings and moral agents like the rest of us, and who deserve a friendly face and sympathetic ear during their medical procedure.

Introducing: The Repro Queen of DC, my new newsletter

Hello lovely folks who read this website! I am thrilled and very nervous to be launching this newsletter. I’ve been chewing on this idea for quite a while and finally decided to go for it. So here we are!

A New Kind of Tu B’Shevat Celebration

Tu B’Shevat, or New Years for the Trees, is one of my favorite quirky Jewish holidays

This year, we will fight for abortion-my feminist New Year’s resolution

Very excited to see my (very) short New Year’s resolution make it into the print issue of Lilith Magazine! I am on this list with some very incredible people, heroines of mine, who have much fuller resolutions than I do, but fear not! I have a new piece on what it means to be an […]

The Jewish women behind all 100 years of the Equal Rights Amendment

Last week, Virginia made history with their vote to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment–first written almost 100 years ago–and finally make women constitutionally equal. This long struggle included some of the greatest activists and feminists this country has ever seen and, unsurprisingly, many of them are Jewish. Read all about them in my latest for […]

Women’s March wrap-up

Year four was a success! Showing up in solidarity with my fellow Jewish women will never cease to energize me. It’s been a whirlwind so I figured I’d make a quick wrap-up of this year’s march in addition to some of the other content from the previous marches. It’s been an absolute privilege and honor […]

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