Saturday, October 24, 2020

Makeda Zabot-Hall

Makeda Zabot-Hall
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Makeda Zabot-Hall lives in Portland, Maine, and is currently a senior at Portland High School. Makeda enjoys swimming, writing, and volunteering at the Maine Youth Court.
The Things I Should Have Said by Makeda Zabot-Hall - Photo by Molly Voit

The Things I Should Have Said

These are the things I wanted to say.
Where Was the “Peace” 400 Years Ago? by Makeda Zabot-Hall - Photo by Annie Poole

Where Was the “Peace” 400 Years Ago?

In this personal essay, Makeda shares one instance of the racism that impacts her, her family, and America.
Why My Hair Falls the Way it Does By Makeda Zabot-Hall

Why My Hair Falls the Way it Does

"I discovered that it does not matter if others think I am Jewish or not because my Judaism is personal to me and it is whatever I want it to be."
Navigating Two Worlds by Makeda & Rebecca

Navigating Two Worlds

As a person of color, Makeda explores the differences she feels in Jewish life compared to her mother, Rebecca.
Roar by Tali Afrah

Roar

Is Ignorance Really Bliss? by Isabelle White - Photo by Elena Eisenstadt

Is Ignorance Really Bliss?

A Lifeline by Amanda Hershkin - Photo by Elena Eisenstadt

A Lifeline

Woven View by Rotem Kadosh

Woven View

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