My fourth year at the Women’s March, my second leading a Zioness contingent. It’s been a joy, it’s been a struggle, it’s been some of the most important work I’ve done. WAMU spoke with me and my fellow Zioness marchers about why we showed up. What was written was not quite what I said, but […]
I am blown away to be featured in Amplify GA’s incredible campaign, #GodIsProChoiceAndSoAmI. They launched their campaign a few weeks ago, saying: #GodIsProChoiceAndSoAmI With the holidays approaching, we reflect on how religion and abortion, when brought up in the same space, are expected to clash irrefutably—the notion that being a person of faith means to […]
Last night I attended the DC Dyke march and a lot went down. Being a Jew in queer spaces is always uncomfortable for me but last night takes the cake. Read what the full coverage below and stay tuned from more thought from me! Also, read what I wrote in anticipation of the march here.
Last week I had the lovely opportunity to be interviewed by Washington Jewish Week about my work at the Adas Israel Community Mikvah! Sam and I talked for almost an hour about my work, my activism, and my thoughts on Jewish justice. The result was a fun overview of what working at the Mikvah means […]
Last Monday, I received a phone call from Sare Soffer, a reporter and producer for NowThis who asked if I was going to the Women’s March. Throughout our conversation, we discussed the pitfalls of the Women’s March leadership and our hopes for the movement writ large. She asked me if I would like to be […]
A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to be interviewed by Kimberly Cataudella, a journalism student at AU, about my experiences and choices around attending synagogue every Saturday. Below is the gallery of photos that she took that day, and honestly they are stunning. She did an amazing job, and not just because I […]
Last month for Domestic Violence Awareness Month, I wrote a series of op-eds for The Eagle on domestic violence on campus. Covering topics from how to respond to your friends when they tell you they’ve experienced domestic violence, to campus specific-forms of abuse, this series covered a lot of ground. A few weeks later, The […]
Throwback to this important piece by the Alma staff! This post was in direct response to this mess of an article highlighting 12 millennials on why they won’t vote. As you can see, we were having none of it. Check out why I chose to vote here.
For those in the Jewish community, the topic of young membership seems to be a continuous area of conversation. But little of the discourse actually includes millennial voices. Until now, that is. Huge shout-out to Nylah for her amazing work covering this topic. Check out what I have to say here!
I’m so flattered and excited to share this video that my good friend Sasha made of me for her Backpack Video Journalism class. She was tasked with finding someone whom most people wouldn’t expect to be ‘amazing.’ In the video, she asks me about my experiences around protesting and participating in civil disobedience. Check it […]