Southern & Jewish

Getting Sick Along the Southern Jewish Road

Getting ill on the road isn’t awesome — but being taken care of by new friends makes it better

How Writing Helps Me to “Never Forget”

Re-reading your own words can bring back powerful memories

Running Into Prayer

For me, running is something spiritual

Picturing Trees for Tu Bishvat

Photographing nature in the Deep South makes the New Year for the Trees feel even more special.

My Grandmother’s Story, The Story of a Generation

Remembering an individual life that embodied a slice of small town American Jewish life

Why I Froze A Bunch Of Jewish Music (Literally)

Deep connections and unwelcome critters are all in a day's work for an archivist

Like Father, Like Son: Travel Runs in The Family

Or, why being a traveling Jewish Educator comes pretty naturally to me

Showing Up, Then And Now: What Does Social Jewish Justice Look Like?

Believe me, we younger activists are engaged (it just looks different).