Lovingly Skewering The Liberal Elite

“I’m so inspired by folks who work tirelessly in phone banks, canvassing, and organizing. I want the book to give them a moment of respite, a little levity, and the energy to keep doing progressive political work far into the future.”

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A Final “Shoah” Installment Tells Women’ Stories

Much of Lanzmann’s work concentrates on men’s stories. Now women are getting the last words. 

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The Modest Fashionista Who Became Cutting Edge

As a fashion follower, I’m fascinated and compelled by Batsheva Hay’s designs.


What Happens in the Real World Stays There

As MY campers get onto the buses to return to their families, they check Instagram and Snapchat, and catch up on the world they’ve been so removed from. And my 14- and 15-year-old campers are faced with the same ever-present realities of tragedy the rest of us are. 


Female Friendship and Competition in a Novel of the 90s

“I know what it’s like to feel hated and betrayed by a woman friend. I think we all do.”

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A recorded conversation with Joy Ladin at Washington's DCJCC. She's wonderfully instructive, sometimes in deeply poignant ways; listen carefully here when she describes, among other things, the plight of transgender teens and their very basic need for shelter. 

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