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Kylee Garfield is a BBG living in Redondo Beach and has never been stung by a bee.Back to The Shofar
Biography represents the author during their participation in BBYO.
The article explores the author's desire for the fall and winter seasons in Los Angeles and offers a list of the top 5 movies and TV shows that effectively capture the essence of these seasons.
An in-depth examination of the prevalence of antisemitism on college campuses, highlighting the need for awareness, education, and societal change to combat discrimination and protect the rights of Jewish students.
From childhood yearnings for Santa Claus to the embrace of Chanukkah's unique traditions, a Jewish girl explores her journey of cultural identity and the magic found within her own holiday experiences.
Through a powerful sharing of her first experience with Anti Semitism, Kylee emphasizes the need to educate and promote tolerance among younger generations to combat hatred.
The Aleph Zadik Aleph (AZA) and the B’nai B’rith Girls (BBG) are a fraternity and sorority for Jewish teens—together, we are BBYO. Since our founding in 1924 (AZA) and 1944 (BBG), we have been member-led. Our priorities and programs reflect the interests and issues that matter most to us. Our pursuits are as diverse as our participants.
AZA and BBG welcome Jewish teens of all backgrounds, denominations, gender, race, sexual orientations, and socio-economic status as well as those with a range of intellectual, emotional, and physical abilities.
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