Tag Archives: Elise Goldin

Theatre of the Oppressed: Bodies, Garbage and Assumptions

By: Elise Goldin This piece originally appeared at PursueAction.org here. As someone who is both involved with theater and in the middle of my year as an AVODAH Corps member in Brooklyn, Pursue’s event hosting the Theatre of the Oppressed workshop was a perfect combination. … Continue reading

Sh*t New York Slumlords Say

By: Elise Goldin Working as an AVODAH Corp Member as a tenant organizer with the Urban Homesteading Assistance Board has been an enlightening experience. I’ve learned about things I never thought I’d learn like bank practices, mortgages, and foreclosure processes.  UHAB organizers work in … Continue reading

Multifaith Community in the Countryside

Elise Goldin is an Evanstonian recently transplanted to the wonderful city of New York. Co-founder of Jewish Solidarity with Native American People (JSNAP) and a member of Young, Jewish, and Proud, Elise loves working on issues of social justice. She also enjoys … Continue reading