Author: Tara Bognar

Tara Bognar is a new lawyer in Brooklyn, NY. An alumna of McGill University, Drisha Institute, Yeshivat Hadar, and the Conservative Yeshiva, she is interested in Jewish and secular law, especially in relation to women's lives and experiences, LGBT issues, and nontraditional families. Read more at
Of Buses and Borough Park

Segregating a certain class of people to the back of the bus has an intense resonance for anyone raised on stories of the Black civil rights struggle, Rosa Parks, and the irresistible narrative of how far we’ve come. So it’s not surprising that a story about the quasi-public New York city bus, the B110, where… Read more »

Keeping Jewish Boys Involved

Monday night, Moving Traditions, the organization that gave us the “Rosh Hodesh – It’s a Girl thing” program, unveiled a new program geared at teenage Jewish boys – along with a substantive report on Jewish American boys’ participation in American Judaism.