Happy Women’s History Month! Help JWA continue to lift up Jewish women’s stories, this month and every month, by making a gift today!
Close [x]

Show [+]

Lila Goldstein

Photo of Lila Goldstein, in front of a tree trunk wearing a striped blue and white shirt and a denim overshirt.

Lila Goldstein is a senior at A.W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts in West Palm Beach, Florida where she studies creative writing, journalism, and speech. She is passionate about reading, writing, the arts, and Jewish studies, and enjoys volunteering at a local newspaper in her free time. In addition, Lila is an avid record collector and music fan, and she is always willing to discuss her time at URJ Camp Coleman in Cleveland, Georgia.

Blog Posts

Collage by Lila Goldstein

Collaging in Quarantine

Lila Goldstein

Collaging is an old hobby of mine that has taken on new value during this pandemic.

Topics: Art, Crafts
The Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, Hanukkiah in front.

Courage in the Face of Rising Antisemitism in Europe

Lila Goldstein

The religious pride I saw among Jewish groups in Paris and Berlin inspires me to show courage through community.

Topics: Antisemitism
National Women's Convention March, November 1977

Activists: Let's Learn from Bella Abzug

Lila Goldstein

 After looking into the achievements of her extensive career, I see that Bella Abzug is the perfect role model for activists just beginning in their work.

Lila Goldstein holding a sign that reads "For Sale: Marco Rubio"

Privilege after Parkland

Lila Goldstein

How many other teenagers around the state of Florida, around the country, shared my bitterness and anger, but didn’t have the tools to be where I was then?

Topics: Protests, Schools
Gold Star of David necklace hanging in midair, in partial focus.

Jewelry and Jewish Feminism

Lila Goldstein

Like everything we wear, our jewelry displays our tastes and preferences. On a deeper level, though, it also projects our values to the world.


Help us elevate the voices of Jewish women.

donate now

Get JWA in your inbox

Read the latest from JWA from your inbox.

sign up now

How to cite this page

Jewish Women's Archive. "Lila Goldstein." (Viewed on March 5, 2024) <http://jwa.org/blog/author/goldstein-lila>.