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Sunday, December 8 • 4:55pm - 5:50pm
Blogging For Change

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Read a blog post lately? Blogs are going viral, and these posts can be a powerful catalyst for change. Join experienced writers and bloggers to learn first-hand about the this exciting new forum and how to shape your ideas into blogs with the potential to create real change on the ground.

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Sonia Isard

Sonia Isard is the Associate Editor at Lilith Magazine (independent, Jewish & frankly feminist), where she edits features, commissions new articles, and acts as lead editor for the website and blog. She is a graduate of the University of Michigan and the Jewish Theological Seminary, where she focused her studies on the history and literature of Jews in the Soviet Union. A native of Philadelphia, she now lives in Brooklyn.
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Sarah Marian Seltzer

Sarah Marian Seltzer is a blogger for the Forward's Sisterhood blog and a journalist, essayist and fiction writer in New York City. Her nonfiction has appeared in places like The Washington Post, Ms. Magazine, and online at The New York Times, the Nation, the LA Review of Books and the Wall Street Journal. Her fiction has been published in Lilith and honored with a grant from the Hadassah-Brandeis Institute. Earlier this year, she was the... Read More →
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Talia Weisberg

Talia Weisberg is a first year student at Harvard University planning to concentrate in Studies of Women, Gender, and Sexuality. She created and maintains Star of Davida, an Orthodox Jewish feminist blog. She has written for over 50 publications, including the FBomb, Jewesses with Attitude, Jerusalem Post, Jewish Press, Jewish Week, Ms. magazine blog, and The Sisterhood. At Harvard, she is the Communications Chair of the Radcliffe Union of... Read More →


Sunday December 8, 2013 4:55pm - 5:50pm
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