One year after Dr. Ford testified to Congress, her story is still resonating with me. Especially just how much time she spent apologizing during her time. In light of Yom Kippur, a day of repentance and supplication, here's what excessive apologizing means to me. Read my latest on JWA: https://jwa.org/blog/one-year-later
My most recent piece for Jewish Women's Archive is live! I wrote about the unlikely connection between feminism, water conservation, and the mikveh. It's short and sweet but highlights the importance of remembering that Judaism cannot exist in a vacuum, unresponsive to the world around us. https://jwa.org/blog/mikveh-and-water-justice
I am SO proud of this piece. I wrote this pretty close to when the news broke of Session's rollback of asylum protections but struggled for weeks to find a place that would publish it. Thank you so much to Jewish Women's Archive for believing in it! Read it here. "We cannot forget domestic violence survivors at [...]
I carry my Jewish values with me everywhere, but nowhere is more important than at a protest. I am so excited that Jewish Women's Archive asked me to write down some of my thoughts. This piece is a Jewish/feminist expansion of my previous piece for Youth Radio and I am stoked to share it! Read it here.