Ari Fogel

Photo of Ari Fogel, in front of a tree wearing a black shirt and a jean jacket

Ari Fogel is a senior at Minnetonka High School in Minnetonka, Minnesota. She is a member of her youth group’s regional board, studies Hebrew at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, and has done studio dance for 8 years. She is passionate about history, sociology, politics, and theology, and does her best to advocate for social justice in her everyday life. In her free time, she likes to spend time on Minnesota’s beautiful lakes and watch documentaries. She loves educating and engaging in meaningful discussion about topics she's passionate about, such as criminal justice reform and reproductive rights.

Blog Posts

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Confronting White Privilege: A Reflection on Affirmative Action

by Ari Fogel

As I learned more about what affirmative action really means for students, my worries turned into a sobering recognition of my privilege.

souvenir name mugs featuring illustrated fish. Names "Eva" and "Hanna" are on the mug.

Learning to Love My Name

by Ari Fogel

I always knew my name was about to be called when a teacher announced with an almost mocking grin, “I know I’m gonna butcher this one…”

How to cite this page

Jewish Women's Archive. "Ari Fogel." (Viewed on January 27, 2020) <https://jwa.org/blog/author/fogel-ari>.

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