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The Dolls That Raised Us

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"There will never be anything but the words of others to tell you that he loved you, he was proud of you, so you just have to decide to believe it. It is the truth. Know now, there will never be that moment where he cries and strokes your hair and tells you that you are his princess and he loves you best and believes in you."

Read Kyla Kupferstein Torres' heart-wrenching (and award-winning) essay "Shiva"--linked in our bio.

"There will never be anything but the words of others to tell you that he loved you, he was proud of you, so you just have to decide to believe it. It is the truth. Know now, there will never be that moment where he cries and strokes your hair and tells you that you are his princess and he loves you best and believes in you."

Read Kyla Kupferstein Torres` heart-wrenching (and award-winning) essay "Shiva"--linked in our bio.
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blintz eaters...make some noise 🎉 #shavuot

blintz eaters...make some noise 🎉 #shavuot ...

revisiting a favorite from @katzcomics as we prepare for Shavuot’s arrival at sundown. Why do you love the Book of Ruth? Tell us in the comments!

revisiting a favorite from @katzcomics as we prepare for Shavuot’s arrival at sundown. Why do you love the Book of Ruth? Tell us in the comments! ...

continuing our celebration of our Rockower Award winners, revisit Sarah Tuttle's "A Broken Tooth Is What Did It," detailing her relationship to disability, mutual aid, care, and grief. a must-read, linked in our bio. 🤍 

"Even though my hope and trust in people was deeply damaged over the last several years, I look around me and remember that we know how to do this. I know how to do this. We are enough. Who amongst you knows how to splint an ankle? Support a friend and listen? Set up a phone tree? Stand up against an oppressor? Create an excellent meme? Bake a gluten-free cake? Help someone set up their phone or computer with cybersecurity in mind? Stand at a barricade? House someone visiting your town to seek abortion care?

We have each other. We need each other."

continuing our celebration of our Rockower Award winners, revisit Sarah Tuttle`s "A Broken Tooth Is What Did It," detailing her relationship to disability, mutual aid, care, and grief. a must-read, linked in our bio. 🤍

"Even though my hope and trust in people was deeply damaged over the last several years, I look around me and remember that we know how to do this. I know how to do this. We are enough. Who amongst you knows how to splint an ankle? Support a friend and listen? Set up a phone tree? Stand up against an oppressor? Create an excellent meme? Bake a gluten-free cake? Help someone set up their phone or computer with cybersecurity in mind? Stand at a barricade? House someone visiting your town to seek abortion care?

We have each other. We need each other."
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