Rose Clubok

2020-21 Rising Voices Fellow Rose Clubok

Rose Clubok is a junior at the Columbus School for Girls, where she is a National Thespian, runs long distance track, and sings in Grace Notes. Outside of school, Rose develops curriculum for and teaches at her synagogue’s religious school, and leads the Ohio chapter of Habonim Dror North America. Rose received JewishColumbus’s 2019 Twelve Torches Award for her work as a Jewish educator. During her internship in the summer of 2020 with the Columbus City Attorney’s office, Rose helped draft legislation benefiting women and minority-owned businesses. In her free time, Rose likes to watch comedy, listen to music, and hang out with friends.

Blog Posts

Painted Lines Overlayed with Outline of Ohio

The 2020 Election in Ohio: Continuing the Feminist Struggle for and Beyond Representation

Rose Clubok

Electing a candidate who advocates for reproductive rights for all is just as essential as ensuring women are represented in government.

Open Torah scroll with yad.

A “Boy's Mitzvah”: Discovering the Intersection Between My Feminism and My Judaism Through Torah

Rose Clubok

“Are you going to read Torah? We think that’s a boy’s mitzvah.”

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