The INTERNATIONAL AZA & BBG Newsletter
Five strong women, the daughters of Tzlefachad, teach us that we can question long-held beliefs and make real change
My special experience with the Ethiopia National Project.
An inside look into the planning of DC Council’s week-long virtual Council Convention.
As we near the decisive November presidential election, the talk of politics and candidacy seems to infiltrate nearly all classroom and social discussions.
From a new Lifetime Member of AZA.
The Class of 2020 had to end their time as a high schooler in a way we never would have imagined.
The different worlds that made me who I am.
What freedom means to me and my family.
For I am a B’nai B’rith Girl. Strength and dignity are my clothing. Forever and always.
Think before you speak and read before you think.
This week's Torah portion shows us that the community can inspire us to create change.
A beautiful message from BBG alumni around the world.
How I entered the world of photography.
Some thoughts from the past five years.
Have you recently lost an election? Need to bounce back? Read this!
We, the teen leadership of the Aleph Zadik Aleph and the B’nai B’rith Girls, on behalf of BBYO worldwide, stand in solidarity with the Black community, and all communities of color.
Gathering together, regardless of where and how, commemorates and strengthens our people’s first-ever gathering: Shavuot
How teens and staff work together to make IC the best convention on Earth.
When feeling lonely and isolated, the Torah can give us strength and guidance.
Keep your head held high.
In Judaism, the directive to gather with our community has deeper meaning and importance, even when the connection must be digital
This week's Torah portion has important lessons about the changing nature of our people
How I believe Judaism enhances our daily lives.
A guide on how to survive quarantine while being kind to yourself and others.
What is 'fast fashion' and why is it making the fashion industry unsustainable?
A recap of one of Tidewater BBYO's best turnouts for a city-wide event.
See what the hype is all about.
My mom’s side of the family is from Boston and my Dad’s is from New York, which results in a divided house when it comes to sports teams.
There are powerful lessons of renewal in this week's Torah portion that could help us weather this time.
My opinion on why I find distance learning challenging.
10 things to do to ease your boredom and have fun while you’re stuck in quarantine.
Patience and hard work are key in order to get into your dream university.
Musings from a Senior whose final months in BBYO and high school have been taken away.
With all that is going on in today’s world, I wanted to see what homeschooling looked like in my region, in the US, and around the Order.
History lessons bring out the old prejudices and make people feel uncomfortable and have to partially relive their ancestors’ experience.
Reflecting on the current times.
Bella Rosner interviewed Becky Kauff, DC Council N’siah, and Eric Blackman, DC Council Godol on their experience as Council Presidents.
How can you get back up when life gets flipped upside down?
I did not realize how COVID-19 affected my senior year, without me realizing it.
How to celebrate Passover online!
Muchas veces nos referimos a la Shoá como Holocausto, pero algo que omitimos es que la traducción de esta palabra está mal. Bajo ninguna circunstancia deberíamos referirnos a la Shoá como Holocausto.
The 2019-2020 calendar year will go down as one of the best years BBYO has had when it comes to Israel Advocacy.
A retrospective piece analyzing one of my favorite novels.
We celebrate our freedom on Passover, but what, especially this year, does that mean for us and the responsibility it instills?
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