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Naomi Bethune

2018-2019 Rising Voices Fellow Naomi Bethune
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Naomi Bethune, 2018-2019 Rising Voices Fellow

Naomi Bethune is a sophomore at Boston Latin Academy. She enjoys writing, reading, and listening to all types of music. Social justice and advocating for a better world is very important to her. She believes that every day we should wake up and make some change.

Blog posts

Inside of Quincy Market

My Power is My Privilege

Power and privilege have always played, and will continue to play, a very significant role in my life. As a biracial, Jewish woman, my life has always been complicated, and oftentimes, confusing. That being said, I acknowledge and know I have an incredible amount of privilege.

Naomi Bethune Wearing Grandmother's Ring

La Rosa

When I think of something that represents my Jewish and female identity, I often go to a ring that my grandmother, who I call my abuela, gifted me. It had belonged to her before, and I had always admired it whenever she wore it.

Topics: Feminism, Family

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Naomi Bethune." (Viewed on March 22, 2019) <https://jwa.org/blog/author/naomi-bethune>.

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