This past December was a profoundly life-altering time for me. I attended the Reform Jewish community’s Biennial convention and found something I didn’t even know I was missing.
I came to the convention by way of the Dunst Music Project for Social Justice, which was a call for songs to inspire. Despite my activism, I, like many, felt helpless since the presidential election. I felt ineffective, but this call was one in which I passionately believed I could make a difference.
Prior to submitting my song, I had no idea about the Reform Jewish community, and so I hesitated. I...Read More
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