Arielle Nissenblatt

Arielle Nissenlatt was a 2014-2016 ISJL Education Fellow. She now lives in Los Angeles.


Articles by Arielle Nissenblatt

Picture This: From “Shalom Y’all” to “New Beginnings”

Jewish photographer Bill Aron shares stories through stills

Deep South Departures: Fellows Say Farewell

As our time in Mississippi as ISJL Education Fellows comes to an end, we wanted to write a final collaborative-blog-post ...

Post-Passover, These Nice Jewish Girls Want a Burrito Badly…

In our Southern and Jewish blog, we usually focus on topics that are… well, Southern and Jewish. This one might ...

How to Make A Bike-Powered Menorah in Mississippi (and Everywhere)

Spending Hanukkah in the Deep South is far from my “most remote” holiday experience. In December of 2012, I was ...

Driving Ourselves Crazy (And Back Again) On Southern Jewish Road Trips

As ISJL Education Fellows, we spend a lot of time in the car, driving to our communities. More to the ...

Southern Jewish Spotlight: Midland/Odessa, Texas

As an ISJL Education Fellow, I hit the road a lot and spend time in communities that are new to ...

Moishe in Mississippi: Making a Difference, Without Walls

Today’s post was written jointly by Arielle Nissenblatt and Lonnie Kleinman – two young Jewish professionals who also happen to ...