Tuesday, February 20, 2024

jGirls+ in the News

Crown JEWEL Conversation with Elluminate and Founder Elizabeth Mandel

In case you missed it, Executive Director Elizabeth Mandel was featured in Elluminate Collective's Crown JEWEL conversation earlier this month. Elluminate's Collective is a cohort of entrepreneurial leaders who use their Jewish values and a gender lens to address intractable issues facing women and girls in the United States, Israel, and around the world.  Watch the recording here. 
Alexa Hulse for Hollins.edu

jGirls+ poet Alexa Hulse featured in Hollins.edu profile

#Kvelling! We are so proud of jGirls+ contributor Alexa Hulse on her profile for Hollins University and to see the impact that our community has had on her. 
Girlhood

jGirls+ contributor Alexa Hulse on the necessity of our mag for...

Thank you, Alexa Hulse and New Voices Magazine for this incredible piece highlighting the work jGirls+ is doing to give Jewish teens a voice...
Hadassah Salt & Honey Review

Hadassah Magazine: Jewish Teens Bare All in New Anthology

This collection is a vivid showcase of the innermost thoughts and raw emotions as well as the deep connection to family and heritage of a generation growing up in a time of profound change.
Jewish Book Council

Jewish Book Council: Salt & Hon­ey: Jew­ish Teens on Fem­i­nism, Cre­ativ­i­ty,...

The Jewish Book Council reviewed Salt & Hon­ey: Jew­ish Teens on Fem­i­nism, Cre­ativ­i­ty, and Tradition. 
Jewish Book Council

Jewish Book Council: Excerpt: Salt & Honey

The Jewish Book Council published an excerpt of our anthology, Salt & Hon­ey: Jew­ish Teens on Fem­i­nism, Cre­ativ­i­ty, and Tradition. They published The Art of Jew­ish Food by Dalia Heller, who is now a jGirls+ alum after being a Teen Editor for three years. Her art is featured along with her artist statement. 
journal for good

Good People Fund: jGirls+ featured in the latest edition of Journal...

We are so proud to be a long-time grantee of The Good People Fund [tag], a truly fabulous organization. We are honored to be featured in the latest edition of Journal for Good.

eJewish Philanthropy: A new anthology by a Jewish teen magazine confronts...

Two of the editors of our anthology, Salt and Honey: Jewish Teens on Feminism, Creativity, and Tradition, were interviewed for an article in eJewish Philanthropy. 
kirkus

Kirkus Reviews: Salt & Honey

Salt and Honey: Jewish Teens on Feminism, Creativity, and Tradition, our debut anthology, was reviewed in Kirkus. 
Our debut anthology, "Salt & Honey: Jewish Teens on Feminism, Creativity, & Tradition," was reviewed by The Sydney Taylor Schmooze!

The Sydney Taylor Schmooze: Review: Salt & Honey

Our debut anthology, "Salt & Honey: Jewish Teens on Feminism, Creativity, & Tradition," was reviewed by The Sydney Taylor Schmooze!
The Covenant Foundation

JGirls+ receives Signature grant for its new experiential leadership program

jGirls+ received a Signature grant for its new experiential leadership program, Learn Together.

The Bridging Connections Podcast

Bridges 316 had a conversation with Elizabeth Mandel, Founder of jGirls+ Magazine on their Bridging Connections Podcast.
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