Larisa Klebe

Larisa Klebe

Larisa Klebe was the Jewish Women’s Archive's Associate Director of Programs and Education from 2015-2019. She currently works as Director of Nishmah at the St. Louis JCC. Larisa earned a BA from Brandeis University in History and European Cultural Studies with a minor in Music, and an MA from Tufts University in History and Museum Studies.

Blog Posts

Illustration of plus-size women doing various exercises.

A Prayer for Reentering the World in a Bigger Body

Larisa Klebe

A blessing for everyone reentering the world in a larger body.

Topics: Feminism
Hadley Robinson as Vivian in "Moxie"

"Moxie" Is More than Fiction

Larisa Klebe

Moxie illustrates what life is like for teenage girls in America.

Topics: Feminism, Film
Wonder Woman 1984 promo image

'Wonder Woman 1984' Is Not Good

Larisa Klebe

The Wonder Woman sequel isn't good. And that's OK.

Topics: Film
Woman measuring her stomach

It's Ok to Gain Weight during the Pandemic

Larisa Klebe

A pandemic is no time for fat-shaming.

Jenny Slate on stage

Jenny Slate's "Stage Fright"

Larisa Klebe

Have you seen Jenny Slate's new Netflix special, Stage Fright?

Topics: Television, Comedy
Bill Maher

Zap the Fat Shaming

Larisa Klebe

No, fat shaming doesn't need to make a comeback.

Topics: Activism, Television
Katherine Ryan

Why Keep a Man in Your House?

Larisa Klebe

Katherine Ryan isn't Jewish, but her new comedy special on Netflix is.

Topics: Television, Comedy
Ask Dr. Ruth Hulu

Dr. Ruth: Pleasure Yo’ Self!

Larisa Klebe

Have you watched Ask Dr. Ruth on Hulu yet?

Topics: Television
Broad City Lost and Found

The Eight Best Jewish Quotes from Broad City’s “Lost and Found”

Larisa Klebe

A curated list of the eight best Jewish quotes from Season 5, Episode 6 of Broad City.

Sarah Silverman's I Love You America

I Love You, Sarah

Larisa Klebe

In this particular political moment, Sarah Silverman’s latest project, her show on Hulu called I Love You, America, is exactly what I need.

Topics: Activism, Television

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