Ilah Ilah Blog Posts July 15, 2022 Six Months After Colleyville: The Power of Journalism and (Less So) Running Ilah Discouraged and still reeling from the events of the past weekend, I took the story of Colleyville and the continued hatred against Jewish individuals in this country to our school newspaper. Topics: Antisemitism, Writing June 8, 2022 Jewish Summer Camp and The Book of Ruth: The Power of a Jewish Woman's Support Ilah While my first go at standing up to a man in a position of power may not have gone as planned, I've recognized in the events that followed the power of Jewish women, like Ruth and Naomi, to lift each other back up. Topics: Feminism, Shavuot, Summer Camps December 8, 2021 Celebrate Women Engaging in Jewish Practice—Including Wearing Tallitot Ilah There's a difference between being tolerated and being wanted and, for me, wearing a tallit proves that I’m wanted in the Jewish world. How to cite this pageJewish Women's Archive. "Ilah." (Viewed on December 4, 2023) <https://jwa.org/blog/author/ilah>.