Beth Kander-Dauphin

Beth Kander is a writer, who also coordinates communication and development efforts for the ISJL.


Articles by Beth Kander-Dauphin

A Blessing for Summer

What's more Southern & Jewish than that?

On International Women’s Day – Here’s to The Vashtis

The real role model in last week's story deserves a shout-out today

Make Time For Turtle Stargazing

A surprisingly Southern-and-Jewish reminder.

5 Jewish Things About Stranger Things

My favorite creepy TV show has me contemplating and connecting with more than I expected

Charlottesville Feels Too Familiar

The hatred at the Unite the Right march was unacceptable - but not "unimaginable"

“Funny, You Don’t Look Jewish”

Not actually funny. Not actually a compliment.

Celebrating Black History Month With My Jewish Baby

I want my little Jewish baby to celebrate Black History Month. As a parent, I think of appropriately acknowledging this ...

The Case for Still Giving Thanks (With a Little Help from Hebrew)

In the best of years, Thanksgiving is a complicated holiday. Its complications are multi-level, valid, and not easily overcome. Many ...

Voting L’Dor v’Dor

It’s Election Day. I voted early, and thank goodness, because it seems voting today may well be a story of ...