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February 23, 2020
This week's blog post is written by Adam, a Yahel Social Change Fellow living in the Ramat Eliyahu neighborhood in Rishon LeZion.
One of the advantages of being European in Israel is that home is close and there are cheap flights, so my friends...
February 11, 2020
Tasha is a current Yahel Social Change Fellow living and volunteering in Lod.
I have lived in many countries, but have never questioned my intentions of exploring a place as much as I have in this one. It was easy for others to understand why I wante...
February 3, 2020
This week's blog post is written by Lily, a Yahel fellow living in Lod.
For twenty-three years I’ve gone through the motions. Almost robotically, I’ve moved through each of my major life experiences with an ease and a grace that I have never truly ta...
January 28, 2020
This week's blog post is written by Naomi, a Yahel Social Change Fellow currently living in Lod, Israel.
At a family barbecue last year, my father presented those in attendance with the question: are you a Zionist? It was almost laughable, the p...
January 23, 2020
Julieta is a Yahel Social Change Fellow volunteering in the Ramat Eliyahu neighborhood of Rishon LeZion.
What forces drive someone to leave their home country to immigrate somewhere else? As the daughter of immigrants, and a first-generation imm...
January 21, 2020
Anna was a member of Yahel Social Change Fellowship 2018-19 cohort in Lod. Check out what she's been up to since moving on from Yahel!
What were some of your activities while on the fellowship?
I lived in Lod and taught English at...
January 15, 2020
This week's blog post is written by Heidi, a Yahel Social Change Fellow living and volunteering for 9 months in Lod.
Israel has held a significant place in my life for as long as I can remember. During my visits to Israel, I fell in love with it...
Exploring and Understanding My Relationship with Israel
Cinemind: Discussing Mental Health in Ramat Eliyahu
June 12, 2018
Beyond the Black and White: On Questions for Community Change
Tourist tips from Rishon LeZion
Between Here and Home: The Struggle with Social Ch...
Perspectives on Privilege
Beyond the Black and White: On Questions for Commu...
The Unmistakable Pull