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Living 5-9
February 24, 2022

Living 5-9

By Chloe Hutt in Israel
For those in America, many are familiar with the Dolly Parton song “9-5”. For those unfamiliar, the song reflects an average American woman who works “9-5” to support herself and her family. My life is...
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Giving Back with Repair the World
February 22, 2022

Giving Back with Repair the World

By Leah Moradi in Strong Women Fellowship
In December of 2021, Jumpspark’s Strong Women Fellowship gathered at The Weber School to meet with Lily Brent, the Executive Director of Repair the World, and Emma Burns, who is serving as a fellow with...
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Shayna’s Day In the Life at School
February 16, 2022

Shayna’s Day In the Life at School

By Shayna Leibowtiz in Israel
The first thing I do is wake up at 7:00 am and go straight to the bathroom to wash my face, do my hair, and make my face presentable for the rest of the day....
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My Day in the Life of An Israeli Teenager
February 9, 2022

My Day in the Life of An Israeli Teenager

By Lidor Itach in Israel
My name is Lidor I’m from Israel, I think my life is good and I want to tell you why: I am able to learn something I like – to program. At my school I...
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A Day in My Life as an Israeli Teenager
February 2, 2022

A Day in My Life as an Israeli Teenager

By Noa Allouch in Israel
Hi, my name is Noa Allouch and I live in Yokneam Illit in Israel. I’m in 11th grade. Today I’ll tell you about a typical day in my life. These days due to the Covid...
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No Age Requirement for Political Engagement
January 18, 2022

No Age Requirement for Political Engagement

By Peyton Schwartz in
In November, the Strong Women’s Fellowship had the opportunity to meet with the co-founders of the Jewish Democratic Women’s Salon, Valerie Habif and Joanie Shubin. They started their organization amidst the controversy from the Affordable...
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