Empowering Jews of color. TKTKTKTKT
What if I’d been wrong about all of it, and that there was—and always had been—some deep and yawning chasm between us?
The author of the cult classic Writing Past Dark has some advice.
When the mommy who loved me was there, I didn’t know about the mommy who hated me.
You’re a historian studying material culture. How does this work connect to what you call “restoring women’s agency as creators of Jewish identity”? I came to the field of early... Read more »
It was early august when I took the Metro out to a suburban station to meet the chief conservator of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM). She was taking... Read more »
A poem by Lesléa Newman Comment by Alicia Ostriker