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Meryl Ain on “Shadows We Carry”

Author Meryl Ain talks to Lilith about twins, bloodlines, and Jewish identity in her post-Holocaust novel, “Shadows We Carry.”

Can Art Change the World?

Do artists have a responsibility to address social issues? If they do, can their creativity motivate us to heal our world? Two exhibitions at the Heller Museum at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion (HUC-JIR) in New York offer new artistic responses to these questions. 

Alli Frank and Asha Youmans on Their Collaborative Novel

The way two very different women find common ground is at the heart and soul of the novel Never Meant to Meet You and its two authors—one white, the other Black—talk to Yona Zeldis McDonough about how they came together to write it.

A Winding Jewish Journey

Aftermath: Coming-of-Age on Three Continents charts the winding journey of Annette Liebskind Bervokvitz. 

Yahrzeit

“It was not done in my parents’ household.”

Marilyn Singer on “Awe-Some Days”

Yona Zeldis McDonough talks to Marilyn Singer about “Awe-some Days,” a collection of poetry and prose about Jewish holidays for children.

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