Sara Weinstein

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Sara Weinstein is a rising junior at Walter Johnson High School in Bethesda, Maryland. She loves history, poetry, and politics. Sara is a captain on her school’s debate team and its quiz bowl team. She teaches at her synagogue's Hebrew school and works as a counselor at Camp JCC. Sara’s poetry has been published in several anthologies, and Sara was awarded the George Washington Leadership Prize at Maryland History Day for her essay on the Evian Conference. In her free time, Sara searches for local bookstores and listens to history and true crime podcasts. 

Blog Posts

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Nagorno-Karabakh is a Feminist Issue

Sara Weinstein

This political boundary dispute is a feminist issue because the permanent residents of Nagorno Karabakh are disproportionately women and girls with very few resources or basic necessities.

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Feminist Books Save Lives

Sara Weinstein

Across the country, efforts to ban books have been increasing in number and effectiveness, hitting school and public libraries especially hard. These are the places that made me who I am, so it's been an emotional experience, to say the least, to see books taken off the shelves.  

Topics: Libraries


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