Escorting at an Abortion Clinic is Praying with My Feet

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 [...]

RBG’s subtle and Jewish resistance explained

RBG’s subtle and Jewish resistance explained

I kind of can't believe this, but I wrote about RBG for the first time. No idea why it took so long! The other day, Justice Ginsburg once again reminded the world she's a force to be reckoned with. During an interview with NPR, she said: “There was a senator — I think it was [...]

Press Coverage by GayStarNews: Here’s what happened at the controversial DC Dyke March

Press Coverage by GayStarNews: Here’s what happened at the controversial DC Dyke March

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. [...]

Jews, Stars of David, and the DC Dyke March, oh my!

Jews, Stars of David, and the DC Dyke March, oh my!

Just like the DC Dyke March, I'm back from my hiatus! And just like the DC Dyke March, I'm stirring the pot. Once again, a Dyke March has chosen to deliberately exclude Jewish symbolism from their march and I am not having it. Read my full takedown on Alma here: https://www.heyalma.com/why-wont-the-d-c-dyke-march-accept-queer-jews-like-me/?utm_content=buffer5cce4&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer

Interview with Washington Jewish Week: You Should Know

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 [...]

Student Israelity: Tel Aviv Pride

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

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 [...]

Photo-Interview with Kimberly Cataudella: Saturday Morning at Shul

Photo-Interview with Kimberly Cataudella: Saturday Morning at Shul

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 [...]

Interview with Alma: Why millennial Jews are choosing to join (or not join) synagogues

Interview with Alma: Why millennial Jews are choosing to join (or not join) synagogues

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!

The Jewish response to abortion and why we’re *still* talking about it in 2018

The Jewish response to abortion and why we’re *still* talking about it in 2018

Religious liberty is a term that is most often thrown around by right-wing, conservative-leaning Christians in the context of taking away other people's rights. These rights tend to be what I would consider progressive, the right to love and marry whomever you choose, the right control when and how you start a family, and the [...]