Meredith Rosenthal a rising senior from North Jersey launched STEM View, a podcast that features professional women in STEM and shares their work, challenges, and experiences.Continue Reading →
News, information, and opinion on issues of gender and Jewish life
A Kol Koleinu Teen Feminist Fellowship Project
Please record a video of yourself answering 4 questions about your body image.Continue Reading →
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Responsive curriculum sample on how to process the murder of George Floyd and the protests and riots that followed.Continue Reading →
Let us teach our youth to recognize that the world rests on “justice, on truth and on peace” (Pirkei Avot 1:17). May we cease standing on the blood of our neighbors (Leviticus 19:16), instead doing all we can to stop the ceaseless killing of Black and Brown people in our country. May we hold to a vision of hope and press our society to truly repent and make teshuva for the sins of racism.Continue Reading →
Straightforward tricks for how to turn in-person curriculum into web-based learning, so partners can continue providing Jewish preteens and teens with their B’nai Mitzvah, Rosh Hodesh, Shevet and Tzelem sessions, as well as other programming.Continue Reading →
Learn how to annotate, use the chat functions and breakout rooms.Continue Reading →
Excerpt from our responsive curriculum. This session helps participants reflect on how their minds and bodies are responding to the prolonged stress and uncertainty of the pandemic. They will explore the ritual of Havdallah to help them accept this temporary and not-normal time, and to look ahead to the future.Continue Reading →
In this session, participants will reflect on how their various roles and identities (e.g. student, child, musician, prom-goer, etc) have been affected and disrupted by the pandemic. They identify the roles that they are still inhabiting and have the opportunity to grieve the roles they cannot play.Continue Reading →
This session helps participants reflect on how their minds and bodies are responding to the prolonged stress and uncertainty of the pandemic. They will explore the ritual of Havdallah to help them accept this temporary and not-normal time, and to look ahead to the future.Continue Reading →