Sunday, February 17, 2019

jGirls in the News

jGirls Magazine, its editors, contributors, and staff, are proud to lend their voices in both the Jewish and secular media on the subjects of young women's empowerment, identity at the nexus of Judaism and being female, and creating community among diverse Jewish girls from the U.S. and around the world.

jGirls Magazine Wants More Women In Media

Can you imagine what this country would look like if more women wrote our news? NowThis interviews jGirls Magazine Teen Editors to encourage more young women to lead...

Why jGirls Is More Than Just Another Teen Publication

The Forward recognizes jGirls for providing an outlet that "encourages self-expression and community" for Jewish teen girls...
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Bold, Brave Girls Have a Place to Speak Freely at jGirls Magazine

The Jewish Chronicle shares jGirls story, and how the magazine is a new place for Jewish teen girls to speak freely...
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The Layers Project Features jGirls Magazine Creating a New Space for Jewish Girls

The Layers Project Magazine interviews Elizabeth Mandel to learn about the importance of jGirls Magazine's opportunities for diversity, identity and dialogue...
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Hadassah Magazine Highlights jGirls Giving Voice to Young Jewish Women

Hadassah Magazine highlights jGirls Magazine as a new platform for Jewish teenage girls to express themselves creatively online. Launched by documentary filmmaker Elizabeth Mandel,...
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jGirls Co-Sponsors Revealing #MeToo as #WeToo Town Hall

jGirls Magazine was proud to co-sponsor Revealing #metoo as #wetoo in Jewish Communal Life, which was organized by The Jewish Women’s Foundation of New...
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Brit+Co Recognizes jGirls Editors Making a Difference

Helping Jewish Girls Around the World Feel Heard Brit+Co highlights the importance of giving young women a platform for their voices. Moreover, the Jewish girls...

Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle Shares jGirls Story

Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle shares the jGirls story and highlights the significance of giving this demographic a "room of their own." They describe the jGirls...
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jGirls Magazine in Teen Vogue

Teen Vogue unpacked taboos around menstruation in Judaism, and the rituals of niddah (Hebrew for Jewish menstrual law and customs) in particular. The Torah states that women...
Two Parallel Lovers by Ayelet Fishman - Photo by Liora Meyer

Two Parallel Lovers

My Brother by Sarit Scher - Photo by Gali Davar

My Brother

Dear Grandma

"Untitled - a photo by Liora Meyer"


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