Thursday, October 22, 2020

Hadassah Magazine

A joint project between Hadassah Magazine and jGirls Magazine, six mother-daughter pairs were asked to answer questions—developed by jGirls editors—as an opportunity to tell their stories to one another.

Mothers and Their Teen Daughters, in Conversation by Elizabeth Mandel

Mothers and Their Teen Daughters, in Conversation

jGirls founder, Elizabeth Mandel, discusses the birth of jGirls and how she and Lisa Hostein, of Hadassah Magazine, saw an opportunity to provide a space for meaningful mother-daughter conversations.
To Live by the Mandate of Tikkun Olam by Maya & Jody

To Live by the Mandate of Tikkun Olam

Maya and her mother, Jody, discuss the importance of Judaism and how it fits into a determination to make this world a better one.
Navigating Two Worlds by Makeda & Rebecca

Navigating Two Worlds

As a person of color, Makeda explores the differences she feels in Jewish life compared to her mother, Rebecca.

Partners Working for Change

Emanuelle and her mother, Shana, discuss how they work together to bring positive change to our world.
A Shared Love of Words & Language by Aydia & Eliana

A Shared Love of Words and Language

Aydia and her mother, Eliana, delve into their history and shared love for all things nerdy!
Raised to Be Independent, Bold, Strong, Wild and Free by Naomi & Rona

Raised to Be Independent, Bold, Strong, Wild and Free

Naomi and her mother, Rona, consider how the women who raised them affected their outlooks.
Sense of Community, Desire for Justice and Care for Others

Sense of Community, Desire for Justice and Care for Others

From their relationship to Judaism to the things they wish they told each other, Annie Poole and her mom, Sheri Davis, share their thoughts and experiences.

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