Monday, January 20, 2020

Nonfiction

A Battle With My Mind by Sophie Stein - Photo by Aidyn Levin

A Battle With My Mind

What is it like to live with an anxiety disorder?
Toxic by Lily Pazner - Photo by Elise Anstey

Toxic

The relationship with friends who are bullies is a very complicated, tormenting and confusing one...
Shabbat Dinners by Alex Garrow - Photo by Jade Lowe

Shabbat Dinners

Shabbat dinners are a time to get together without distractions and really connect with one another.
Seeing Beyond by Lea Bogatie - Photo by Elena Eisenstadt

Seeing Beyond

In order to truly get to know someone who is different from us, we must take the time to step into their shoes and show a little kindness.
My Trip to Germany by Sarah Phillips - Photo by Elena Eisenstadt

My Trip to Germany

It is important to challenge our preconceived notions of a people and a place...You never know what you might discover...
Looking Jewish by Rebekah Friedman - Photo by Ayelet Kalfus

Looking Jewish

What does looking Jewish really mean?
Yellow Leaves, Purple Flowers by Shayna Glazer - Photo by Elena Eisenstadt

Yellow Leaves, Purple Flowers

As we grow up, the world around us transforms no matter how hard we try to hold on to the magic of our youth.
Auschwitz by Alyx Bernstein - Photo by Liora Meyer

Auschwitz

When faced with a place of such tormented and haunting history, you may find strength and pride in the miracle that is the present.
Watching Her Chase the Dragon / Watching the Dragon Catch Her by Shoshana Maniscalco - Photo by ElenaEisenstadt

Watching Her Chase the Dragon / Watching the Dragon Catch Her

An unexpected death fills this writer's heart with overwhelming sadness, and is further complicated by her feelings of guilt and regret.
Putting My Foot Down by Elena Eisenstadt

The Statue

Do you notice the symbols of injustice surrounding your every day life?
In Dire Need of a Restroom by Lily Gardner - Photo by Elena Eisenstadt

In Dire Need of a Restroom

When we focus too much on what other people think of us, we tend to lose sight of what's really important...
Viva la Vulva by Avrah Ross

Power to the Period!

The female reproductive system should not be a taboo topic...Here's what we can do to change how society views the period!

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