Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Nonfiction

A World of Love and Care

Do you blindly follow what Judaism tells us to do? Or do you dig a little deeper?

Meeting Sima: A True Story

Sometimes taking a step towards peace means stepping into the lives of those who are different from us.
Loneliness by Shira Joy

Loneliness

When your parents divorce, the pain of separation can be felt even after they find love again...
Homecoming

Homecoming

After meeting young Israeli soldiers on a trip to Israel, this young writer sees her American life in a whole new light.
Turkey's Media Without A Voice

Turkey’s Media Without a Voice

What happens when freedom of the press is taken away through intimidation and violence?
Why I Don't Believe in Dress Codes by Marlie Thomason - Photo by Liora Meyer

Why I Don’t Believe in Dress Codes

Should schools be able to determine how we choose to dress and express ourselves?
The Right Words by Abigael Good - Photo by Elena Eisenstadt

The Right Words

Dealing with mental health issues can be a daunting task. But when we finally take the steps towards help, our perspectives can change completely.
Becoming a Reader by Eva Strelitz-Block - Photo by Aliza Abusch-Magder

Becoming a Reader

How has your love for reading transformed over the years?
Grampy by Sloan Warner - Photo by Elena Eisendstadt

Grampy

A writer explores the heartache of loss through the words of an Emily Dickinson poem.
Benevolent Sexism by Maddie Solomon - Photo by Elena Eisenstadt

Benevolent Sexism: It Isn’t a Compliment

Is that sexist? Sexism is not just the overt, hostile sexism portrayed in the media...
A Jew in a Fantasy Book by Abigael Good - Photo by Jade Lowe

A Jew in a Fantasy Book

An author-in-the-making challenges the notion that Jews cannot be the heroes of a fantasy book.
A Letter to Barnard by Rachael Severino - Photo by Audrey Honig

A Letter to Barnard

How Barnard went from this writer's dream school, to a place she considers unsafe for herself and fellow Jews.

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