Hannah Kornblut

Hannah Kornblut

Hannah Kornblut is a Cleveland, Ohio native currently enrolled in the Honors Program at DePaul University in Chicago. She's a history and political science double major with a minor in Arabic. When she was in high school, she discovered her passion for history and politics. Her Jewish identity plays a large role in how she views the world and has shaped much of who she is today. Reading and writing was an integral part of her childhood and she's so excited to have the opportunity to turn her writing into a tool of justice.

Blog Posts

Hannah Kornblut's Aunt and Uncle

Remembering My Aunt during Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Hannah Kornblut

"The abuse my aunt endured partially revolved around her Jewish values and upbringing."

Topics: Women's Rights
Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe

If I Am Not for Myself, Who Will be For Me?

Hannah Kornblut

White Jews benefit from the system of white supremacy, and are often complicit, until their Jewish identity is revealed. 

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Hannah Kornblut." (Viewed on November 28, 2023) <https://jwa.org/blog/author/kornblut-hannah>.