Washington Jewish Week: How D.C. Jews are Staying Calm Post-Election

This has been an agonizing 36 hours waiting and watching the results from the election roll in. Though we’ve known for weeks that we would not know the final result of the election on election day itself, it’s agonizing to wait with so much at stake. I spoke with Washington Jewish Week about what advice National Council of Jewish Women and I are giving today around being patient.

Live TV Interview with i24NEWS on RBG

Last week I had the privilege of being on the air with i24NEWS for a segment on Justice Ginsburg’s legacy and the importance of our courts for protecting reproductive rights.

Interview with Washington Jewish Week: D.C. residents share why they do (or don’t) support statehood

I beat the drum of D.C. Statehood fairly often and couldn’t pass up the opportunity to once again make the claim that Statehood for D.C. residents is a crucial matter of reproductive justice. Check out this awesome article, lot’s of great points are made for the pro-Statehood perspectives

Interview: Clinics pushing for abortion pills encounter resistance during pandemic

A few weeks ago, I was interviewed by Zach Vallese about the state of abortion access during COVID-19. We talked self-managed abortion, SCOTUS, and ways folks can get involved. Give it a read! “With the anticipated increased traffic to the district, Black says it’s even more important now to look to alternative ways to perform […]

Interview with Washington Jewish Week: You Should Know

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 […]

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 […]

Interview with Beyond the Byline: Why DVAM on Campus

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 […]

Interview with Sasha Jones: Profile of an Activist

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 […]

Interviewing Zoey Salsbury and her relationship to online harassment

As part of my research on online harassment, I was lucky enough to interview an incredible woman, Zoey, about her experience with this topic. We spoke for nearly an hour about all of the ways that online harassment has affected us. As the full transcript was nearly 10,000 words (it was an hour long conversation, […]

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