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Women’s March wrap-up

Year four was a success! Showing up in solidarity with my fellow Jewish women will never cease to energize me. It’s been a whirlwind so I figured I’d make a quick wrap-up of this year’s march in addition to some of the other content from the previous marches. It’s been an absolute privilege and honor […]

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I’m in print! Washington Jewish Week: Why is this Women’s March different from all the others?

I’m in print for the 1st time! This is my column for Washington Jewish Week about the Women‘s March. This is the first time being printed since my The Eagle days as a staff columnist so I’d like to formally thank Nickolaus Mack and Haley Samsel for pushing me (read: putting up with me). I’m also in the same issue as Abby Stein which is […]

Interview with WAMU: Voices Of The 2020 Women’s March In D.C.

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

This Jewish Woman Marches Anyways: My (complicated) thoughts on the Women’s March

Do I march? Do I stay home? My mixed feelings on the Women’s March aren’t new and they certainly aren’t a secret. For months now, the March’s leadership has been rocked with valid criticism and outrage over their lack of condemnation (and seeming approval) of antisemitism. As a feminist and activist, as an attendee of […]

Interview with American University: Why I chose to march again for the Women’s March on Washington

To me, the link between Progressivism and Zionism is clear. But to many of today’s activists, Zionism is a reason for exclusion from progressive spaces. So why did I march again this year? Read my interview with American University’s College of Arts and Sciences here.

Interview with Washington Jewish Week: Why I chose to march in the 2018 Women’s March on Washington

The morning of the second Women’s March on Washington, I was asked by Washington Jewish Week my motives and thoughts on the movement. Here’s what I had to say.

Press Release: Working with Zioness Movement for the Women’s March 2018!

This year, I almost didn’t attend the Women’s March. After a lackluster response to rising incidents of anti-Semitism and negative anti-Zionist sentiment, I didn’t think there was a place for me as a progressive Zionist and a feminist Jew. Then, along came Zioness Movement. Check out the Zioness press release in regards to the Women’s March here!

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