Tag: Lilith Magazine

Is Rape a Crime? A Conversation with Michelle Bowdler

Michelle Bowdler talks to Fiction Editor Yona Zeldis McDonough about what her book Is Rape a Crime: A Memoir, an Investigation and a Manifesto has meant for her—and what she hopes it will mean to others. 

Why My Hair Falls the Way it Does

Between the Jewish high holiday celebrations and family reunions in Brooklyn, New York, it was easier to say I was Jamaican and Jewish than it was for me to actually believe it.

Get Your Chill On

The first cold soup I ever tasted I hated. For years. How unfortunate that it was introduced to me (dare I say pushed on me?) by the two women I admired most, my mother and my small-but-mighty Russian grandmother. 

Everyone Is an Artist

On Tuesday, July 14 and July 28, 8-9 PM Eastern, join Lilith to explore questions at the intersection of art, justice, and Judaism through the feminist medium of zines. 

Unetaneh Tokef for Black Lives

A rewriting of Unetaneh Tokef in honor of the Black Lives that have been lost to racist violence.

Where Was the “Peace” 400 Years Ago?

I thought my father hadn’t fought that day because he gave in. I thought he had let them win, when in reality, he had decided that his life, vows, and the promises that he had made to his wife and children trumped everything.