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Jennifer Rudick Zunikoff

Jennifer Rudick Zunikoff
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Jennifer is a Jewish storyteller, educator, and coach based in Baltimore, Maryland. Photo Credit: Rober Grichuhin.

Jennifer is a Jewish storyteller, educator, and coach based in Baltimore, Maryland. Jennifer’s original story, “Rina and the Exodus” was published in the anthology, Mitzvah Stories: Seeds for Inspiration, a National Jewish Book Award finalist. The Macks Center for Jewish Education commissioned the six original stories included on Jennifer’s CD, ‘The Growing Season’. Jennifer facilitates the Storytelling Teacher Training project at Krieger Schechter Day School, Goldsmith Early Childhood Learning Center, and Chizuk Amuno Congregation. For nine years Jennifer has co-taught the Oral History of the Holocaust course at Goucher College, individually coaching each of her students.

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When a Woman Cannot Mourn

The Women of the Wall have been fighting for a woman’s right to pray at the Western Wall since 1988.

Today’s featured poet, Jennifer Rudick Zunikoff, responds to the latest challenge facing these women- the right to say Kaddish and mourn at the Western Wall.

Topics: Prayer, Poetry

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