Thursday, March 21, 2019

Themed Works

jGirls Theme of the Month

Dear Grandma

When a loved one passes on, precious moments of prayer can become deeper in meaning and significance.
Ocean Obliteration by Arielle Goldman - Photo by Elena Eisenstadt

Ocean Obliteration

"Have we forgotten the little control we have?"
The Rocky Record by Elena Eisenstadt

The Rocky Record

A photographic exploration that invites you to imagine what each person is climbing for: a beginning, an ending, or both.
The Love You Carry by Anon – Photo by Liora Meyer

The Love You Carry

"I told my grandparents that I was bisexual and currently dating a girl."
Lehitatefv'Lehaniach by Alyx Bernstein

Lehitatef v’Lehaniach*

"I, too, could still be a proud, trans, Jewish girl, and wear tallit and tefillin."
My Gender and Me by Sarah Chasin - Photo by Aliza Abusch-Magder

My Gender and Me

What do you do when your gender identity doesn't fit into the binary scale that society has given us?
Maternal Figures by Liel Huppert - Photo by Charlotte Daniels

Maternal Figures

What does “maternal” mean to you?
Facetime Call by Miriam Abrams - Photo by Avrah Ross

FaceTime Call

“Miriam, have I ever told you about when Grandma went to the hospital 40 years ago?”
What Freedom Means to Me by Liel Huppert - Photo by Aliza Abusch-Magder

What Freedom Means to Me

As a special-needs person, Liel Huppert explains the importance of being able to go out and be accepted for who you are.
Speckled Chicken - flickr

Keeping Kosher: It’s a Journey, Not a Destination

Annie Goldman explains why she became vegan and how everyone can become more conscious eaters this Passover.
Women and Leadership by Rachel Kaufman - Photo by Avrah Ross

Women and Leadership

Rachel Kaufman explores her own subconscious views about what it means to be a woman, a feminist, and a leader.

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