List

20 Things I Didn’t Learn In Jewish Day School

By On October 19, 2017

A holey education.… Read More

Essay

Justice, For Real – For Me, Too

By On October 18, 2017

In solidarity with the #MeToo movement against sexual violence, Elizabeth reflects on her relationship to misogyny and rape culture, and considers insidious forms of toxic masculinity disguised as justice, based on personal… Read More

Essay

How Does An Introvert Survive A Three Day Yontif?

By On October 17, 2017

Where is the space in a three day Yontif to balance communal responsibilities and solitary recharging practices? … Read More

Essay

Being An Aggressive Woman In This World

By On October 17, 2017

We live in a world where all people are free to act as they please. Nothing about our world is perfect. There is no excuse for sexual violence. We cannot let ourselves… Read More

Essay

Is There A Safe Way To Complain About The Orthodox?

By On October 17, 2017

The price we pay when we look the other way.… Read More

Essay

How Way Leads On To Way And Nothing Gold Can Stay

By On October 16, 2017

This morning, I dropped off our son Noah, our first born, at Miami International Airport, where he’s by now flown off to Israel on a gap year program. … Read More

Guest Post

God Only Speaks To One Of My Sons

By On October 16, 2017

When one son is an atheist and the other a believer.… Read More

Music

WATCH: “Dancing Lesson” by Rachel Kann

By On October 11, 2017

Rachel's new RHPFF award-nominated poetry & dance video.… Read More

Essay

The Sukkah on Top of the City

By On October 10, 2017

I follow the trail of a mysterious decoration in the Google sukkah.… Read More

Guest Post

The Back And Forth Dance Of My Daughter’s Battle With Mental Illness

By On October 9, 2017

The path to recovery from mental illness is not linear.… Read More

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