An online community & magazine written by and for self-identifying Jewish teen girls ages 13-19.
“To showcase my colorfulness, I will talk about sadness.”
As people all over the world take to the streets and the polling booths demanding a just and merciful justice system, it is important that we remember to speak up for those without the freedom to march or vote.
Technically, he had met his mother before. Once.
"I used the technique of stippling, or the art of mark-making using numerous small dots..."
“The Jewish community has a very important role to play now in the continued acceptance of the Queer community.”
"One of the first things that struck me about my teacher was how much physical paper he printed and distributed to the class."
Artist Tali Afrah captures the transition into summer, giving hope to what the future may bring.
“A year and a half ago, Armando was arrested at night and taken from his wife Sylvia and their two sons without warning. He was subsequently deported to Mexico without a wallet, phone, or identification of any kind.”
“I do know one unsettling truth. It does not matter how much we identify with our heritage, because other people will always identify us by it."
"The first day of school always brings anxiety for Ms. B, [but] this year, Ms. B is extra apprehensive..."
"When I captured these moments, I had no idea of the ripple effect this protest would have or of the revolution that would ensue."
"...the perpetual American attack on Black lives and the continual exploitation of Black bodies reflects that there has never been any true sanctuary for Black Americans."