Amanda Xinhui Malnik

2021-2022 Rising Voices Fellow Amanda Xinhui Malnik

Amanda Xinhui Malnik is a senior at Oak Hall School in Gainesville, Florida, where she is the current president of the Alachua County March of Dimes Chain Reaction Youth Leadership Council. She is passionate about advocating for maternal and reproductive health. Amanda plays golf on her school's varsity golf team, participates in Model UN and Youth in Government, and is the media director for Oak Hall's Chinese club. At her shul, Amanda is an active service leader and Torah reader. In her free time, Amanda enjoys spending the day with her two dogs, Darcy and Brutus, and going to the beach.

Blog Posts

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“All Too Well”: How I Went From Embarrassed to Proud of My Jewish Identity

Amanda Xinhui Malnik

What if there was a short film of my life with captions describing each stage of my relationship with Judaism, like Taylor Swift’s film for her ten-minute version of “All Too Well"?

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Looking to Joyce Antler's Writing on Reproductive Rights

Amanda Xinhui Malnik

Through Joyce Antler’s writing, I can access the work of my foremothers on reproductive rights and can follow in their footsteps.

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My Necklace is a Symbol of My Jewish-Chinese Feminist Identity

Amanda Xinhui Malnik

My jade chai necklace has become my most prized possession as a Jewish-Chinese feminist.

How to cite this page

Jewish Women's Archive. "Amanda Xinhui Malnik." (Viewed on January 28, 2023) <https://jwa.org/blog/author/malnik-amanda>.