Looking for supplemental blessings for Hanukkah this year? Want to infuse reproductive justice into you celebration? Look no further! In my latest article for Jewish Women’s Archive, I give short and sweet blessigns for each night of the holiday to recite to spread the spark of justice.
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I’m excited to launch the Repro Roundup, a column on my Medium blog. I summarize abortion news happening around the country, why it matters, and what you can do about it — in 250 words or less.
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
This piece is about focusing on the importance of abortion access over solely looking at legality of abortion and being “pro-choice.” It’s not a choice if you can’t access it. During a pandemic, this tension is clearer than ever.
Hello lovely folks who read this website! I am thrilled and very nervous to be launching this newsletter. I’ve been chewing on this idea for quite a while and finally decided to go for it. So here we are!
Today, I had the immense privilege to testify to the The Council of the District of Columbia about B23-434 – Strengthening Reproductive Health Protections Amendment Act of 2019. This is my first time testifying and I am deeply grateful for NARAL Pro-Choice America for allowing me to testify and speak my truth as a young, Queer, Jewish woman living […]
Access to Emergency Contraception is an integral part of a student’s overall health and well-being. It is a necessary tool in a young person’s sexual health and American University should make it easier for the student body to access. Read more here.
Contraception is a crucial health measure that all students should be able to take advantage of. I believe American University should supply it for free to the student body. Read my full argument in an op-ed for The Eagle here.