Hannah Landau

Photo of Hannah Landau, in front of a tree wearing a white hoodie.

Hannah Landau is a junior at de Toledo High School in Los Angeles, where she is involved in theater, debate, and mathletes. She is the club president for her school’s literary magazine and for Girls Learn International. Hannah is a dancer, and she also tutors bar and bat mitzvah students. Hannah is a meme connoisseur and a spelling bee champion (favorite word: defenestration). She is a proud attendee of Camp Ramah in Ojai, an experienced shopper, and strives to improve herself and the world around her every day.

Blog Posts

2019-20 Rising Voices Fellow Hannah Landau's Zine Pages

How to Be Perfect: A Guide for Girls

Hannah Landau

Perfection is the goal and trying is the consequence.

Topics: Feminism, Crafts
Close up image of a cow

Progressive vs. Passive: Why Being Uninformed is the Last Straw

Hannah Landau

It’s our responsibility to be informed consumers; livestock are responsible for 14.5 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions.

Topics: Activism, Food
Hedy Lamarr

Hedy Lamarr: Not Your Average Movie Star

Hannah Landau

Hedy Lamarr teaches us to be whatever the heck we want to be.

Topics: Film, Inventors
Google Result: Privilege (sounded out, /'priv(e)lij/)

An Unearned Feeling of Guilt: About My Privilege

Hannah Landau

It's the evening before my final blog post draft is due, and I'm still not completely sure what to do with my privilege.

Young woman wearing tefillin and holding a prayer book during a service. Surrounded by fellow campers.

On the Sanctity of My Tefillin

Hannah Landau

For two hours a day, three days a week, the Orthodox rabbi led us through the strict and meticulous process of tefillin-making.

Topics: Summer Camps, Prayer

How to cite this page

Jewish Women's Archive. "Hannah Landau." (Viewed on October 22, 2020) <https://jwa.org/blog/author/landau-hannah>.