Saturday, February 27, 2021

Nonfiction

Our Small Galaxy of Two by Maya Rosenberg - photo by Molly Voit

Our Small Galaxy of Two

“My perspective of the world expanded, making me realize what friendship truly is.”
My Movements are My World by Lucy Dressler

My Movements Are My Words

Every feeling becomes an action, and every action describes that feeling.
My Version of Practicing Judaism by Lauren Alexander - Photo by Zoe Oppenheimer

My Version of Practicing Judaism

“Even though I sometimes have to alter my physical Jewish practices into my own version, it does not affect my spiritual connection at all.”
What You See by Samara Haynes - Photo by Ruby Stillman

What You See

“I stand proud and share the story of my great-grandfather, whose name I carry to future generations.”
Header Goes Here by Haley Sandlow - Photo by Sonja Lippmann

Header Goes Right Here

"Can’t we put the formulaic writing aside for once?"
Elevating Unheard Voices by Elizabeth Shvarts

Elevating Unheard Voices

“Activism—a fire that courses through my Jewish roots.”
The Bronfman Way of Thinking by Eliana Goldin - Photo by Jade Lowe

The Bronfman Way of Thinking

“Endless questions, complex understandings”
Life Goes On by Naomi Komatsu

Life Goes On

“You are very lucky. Your ancestors weren’t.”
On Being a Jewish New Yorker by Molly Voit - Photo by Elise Anstey

On Being a Jewish New Yorker

“My expanding awareness motivated me to try to better understand how race and Jewish identity intersect.”
For My Sabi by Elena Eisenstadt

For My Sabi

“In my life, I have been privileged enough to know the Sabi who is completed and influenced by the shapes, people, and sounds around him.”
My Top Jewish Musical Theater Recommendations By Ilana Cohen - Photo by Marika Campbell-Blue

My Top Jewish Musical Theater Recommendations

“My Jewish identity emerged through song and dance.”
People Pleasing by anonymous - Photo by Elise Antsey

Power and People Pleasing

“I stopped voicing my opinion and went along with what everyone else wanted, even when it made me miserable.”

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