Lucy Targum

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Lucy Targum is a sophomore at Concord Academy in Concord, Massachusetts, where she writes for the school newspaper and participates in the Jewish students’ affinity group. Lucy is also a part of her school's intersectional feminist organization and environmental club. She spends her summers at URJ Eisner Camp in the Berkshires, which has inspired her to strengthen her Jewish identity and help others do the same. Lucy is passionate about reproductive rights and voting accessibility, among other issues. In her free time, Lucy enjoys playing guitar, jogging, and listening to the music of Phoebe Bridgers. 

Blog Posts

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Voting Rights in the U.S., From the Women’s Suffrage Movement to Now

Lucy Targum

As a feminist who cares about voting equality, it is clear to me that current voting rights advocacy is in part descended from the women's suffrage movement.

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How I Became An Intersectional Feminist

Lucy Targum

Reading A Brief History of Feminism with my camp friends acted almost as a shared secret or understanding between us. All of us were realizing together that this was a movement we cared deeply about.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Lucy Targum." (Viewed on February 26, 2024) <http://jwa.org/blog/author/targum-lucy>.