Clearly, including women in the haggadah resonates strongly.

What a week! I am floored and overwhelmed by how much coverage my haggadah supplement has gotten. Clearly, there is a deep need for feminist additions and interpretations of our Jewish texts, rituals, and traditions. I hope that this supplement is just the start of the conversation.

Year Four at the Women’s March! My first for Washington Jewish Week

I can’t believe it’s been four years already. The 2020 Women’s March on Washington is just around the corner and once again I am showing up in full force. Jewish women have been fighting for a fair and just Women’s March from the beginning. Like the second year of the March, I am proudly leading […]

Why DC Statehood Is So Important For Abortion Rights

Y’ALL I MADE IT INTO BUSTLE! I am out of my mind excited for this (and honestly still shocked that it happened) especially considering Bustle is such a well-known outlet and this may seem like a niche topic. But it’s real! Check out all of the reasons why DC statehood is a feminist issue that […]

Escorting at an Abortion Clinic is Praying with My Feet

Getting this up here late! But I am so proud to have my first ever piece up for Lilith Magazine (I’ve been a subscriber for almost four years!). This summer I spent a lot of time thinking about abortion and the reproductive freedom movement. I also became a trained clinic escort and have applied to […]

Mikveh and water justice: the crossover of your dreams

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.

Entering the Waters Again: A research presentation on the mikvah

This weekend I had the distinct honor to present my research on mikvah at the Mathias Undergraduate Research Conference. I often get so caught up in everything I’m working out outside of the classroom that I forget about my actual studies (the whole reason I’m at AU in the first place). So having my research […]

International Women’s Day and Israeli Feminism

Happy International Women’s Day! Let’s take a look at the status of women’s rights in Israel and commit ourselves to fighting for feminist values in the US and Israel. Read my latest for Student Israeli below. “Today, Israeli feminists are still fighting for equality within a state that is marred by right-wing, religiously controlled institutions. […]

Student Israelity: Tel Aviv Pride

My first repost is up on Student Israelity! Read why this is such a big deal to me here (and why I love SI so much) and their repost here.

Interview with NowThis: Dayenu, why I marched in the 2019 Women’s March

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 […]

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