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Month: June 2014

June 2014

Brushing with Feminist Toothpaste

By Casey Tova Markenson Inside my activist toolkit, there is a toothbrush. The toothbrush is for brushing teeth to end long, tired days. Days where you smack against strangers on your commute with delays, learn that all of your clients … Continue reading

23rd Jun, 2014

Leveraging Power for Social Change

By Michal David Michal spoke about her experience with AVODAH at the Chicago Partners in Justice event honoring Steven H. Cohen, Rabbi Shoshanah Conover, and Julie Chizewer Weill. Her remarks follow below. My name is Michal David and I am from Sunnyvale, … Continue reading

11th Jun, 2014

Board Member Spotlight: Lynne Wasserman

The year was 1966. Lynne Wasserman, as an awkward pre-teen, took a formative trip with her father to the Mississippi Delta. Her father, a traveling salesman, sold shoes to department stores in small towns throughout the South. They walked into … Continue reading

11th Jun, 2014