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Author: Arielle Silver-Willner

A Twelve-Year Old Fleeing the Pograms

[T]he way that the woodcarvers of Eastern Europe, hounded out of their homes, were able to reinvent themselves here, well, that’s very inspiring..I wanted to shine a light on that story, and then to give a feminist twist.

The Earth Is the Heart of Our Lives

Passover celebrates freedom. However we will only be free when our earth is healthy and able to support our lives for the long term.

When Should a Classic Book Become a Relic of the Past?

Looking at children’s literature through a contemporary lens is a hot topic these days. While E.B. White’s intentions seem quite pure, we also consider the many authors who do not hold up under scrutiny. The big question we now ask ourselves is: Do we stop reading their books?

A Little Backyard Writing School

It’s Friday afternoon and I am in my backyard, setting out plastic cushions six feet apart, disinfecting pencils, and copying my lesson plan onto a dry erase board with multi-colored markers. It’s starting to get cold, but I’m armed with a case of hand warmers and a list of activities that will keep my students… Read more »

Lilith Votes: The Truth about Voter Suppression

The “use it or lose it” attitude toward voter registration reveals a major flaw in our country— it seems that voting is in fact not a right, but a privilege.

Twinkle Times Two: On Vigilance and Anxiety

I have spent almost a quarter of my life fighting to regain the control over my body that Lyme Disease has taken from me. Now I am battling not only the invaders inside of me, but also the threat outside my door.

From Catholic to Conservative Jew: One Spiritual Journey

Within the Orthodox community I have not been treated differently. When I did my very first Pesach, this woman asked, “Do you have food for Pesach?” I said “No,”…she sent me apple juice and all the seasonings and everything you can think of. And she said, “You’re a single woman, this is what we’re here for.” That’s when I knew I was welcome and I didn’t have to worry about much.