Daniella Greenbaum Davis is a writer living in New York. Follow her @Dgreenbaum.
Jewish women in my life taught me to fear dogs. Therapy helped me stop.
In Jerusalem, I developed an unlikely friendship with a taxi driver. I owe him much more than what’s on the meter.
For some, the Passover injunction to imagine one’s self as having emerged from slavery evokes a foreign experience. But for my family, it’s our origin story.
One side sees a call for peace, the other a defense of ‘genocide’
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