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Henrietta Szold’s brand of Zionism aided the poor and promoted peace.
Experiencing anti-Semitism in Moscow didn’t weaken me; those words strengthened my Jewish identity.
Judi Bari spoke for the trees and I admire her selflessness.
How my cross-country move changed me, but not my Jewish pride.
Meeting Israeli teens facing army service compelled me to switch my career track.
Chopping tomatoes for Israeli salad and drinking chocolate milk out of a bag are fun ways to instill a love for Israel.
Israeli teens love ‘Shtisel,’ the TV show about a charedi family, whose characters are remarkably relatable.
My semester abroad revealed how fast friendships form and how easily Israel could feel like home.
Shabbat dinners and singing zmirot are among the highlights of my summer.